Prince Harry’s two-week-long Caribbean tour is finally over. What did we learn? Not a whole lot. Harry did some good things, of course, like doing some events for HIV testing, etc. But basically the whole tour seemed to be about “Harry is the nice prince.” He was easy-going, he played with children, he met Rihanna. Did the British taxpayers have to spend hundreds of thousands of pounds for that? Anyway, now that the tour is over, you would think that Harry would be back in London. Nope. He apparently ditched his people and took a flight to Toronto so he could meet up with his lover Meghan Markle.
Prince Harry reportedly made a 1,700 mile detour to Canada on his way back from a tour of the Caribbean – to spend time with girlfriend Meghan Markle. The Prince was originally due to fly to London from Barbados on Sunday but took a diverted route to stop off and see the American actress, The Sun reported. According to the newspaper, the pair spent Monday at the 35-year-old’s home in Toronto.
A source told the paper: “He was due to fly back to London on a British Airways flight with the rest of his entourage. But he changed his mind and diverted straight to see her as they couldn’t bear to be apart. He is absolutely besotted. We’ve never seen him so happy – it’s great.”
True love? Or an international booty call? Or both? I think it’s both. Harry was all worked up after spending time with Rihanna and he hadn’t seen Meghan in weeks. My question is… how long will he stay in Canada? I think he has an event scheduled this week in London, maybe Thursday? So he might fly back home tomorrow, if I had to guess. And then what? Will Meghan fly to see him?
A few more things – Meghan was spotted in Toronto ahead of Harry’s visit (or was he already in Toronto?). She was carrying flowers and smiling for the paparazzi.
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) December 5, 2016
And over the weekend, Meghan posted a photo of one of her rescue dogs wearing a Union Jack sweater. Well played, girl.
— Meghan Markle (@meghanmarkle) December 3, 2016
Photos courtesy of Getty, Twitter.