Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went on a very romantic West End date night

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be tying the knot in just a few months but that doesn’t mean the loved up duo’s relationship is getting any less romantic.

The two went on a cute date night over the weekend, picking the coveted West End play Hamilton as the setting for their quality time together.

A spokesman for the hit show, which is currently at London’s Victoria Palace Theatre, confirmed Harry and Meghan’s visit to Mail Online, saying they went on ‘private visit’.

A member of the audience also told the publication that the pair looked like they were enjoying the play.

Harry and Meghan announced they were engaged last November

‘They seemed to love it and were applauding enthusiastically’, they told Mail Online.

Leslie Garcia Bowman‏, who plays the role of Charles Lee, took to social media to share what an honour it was to have the royals in the audience.

He wrote: ‘Was an honour to have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in to watch @HamiltonWestEnd last night!’

But even though this might have been Harry’s first visit to see Hamilton, Meghan had already seen the famous play in New York with her friend, Priyanka Chopra.

At the time, the Suits star took to her Instagram to thank her friend for the ‘best date night’, in post now deleted (as well as the rest of her account).

She wrote at the time, alongside a picture of her and Priyanka: ‘About last night. Thank you to my babe @priyankachopra for the best date night #Hamilton #NYC.’


Harry and Meghan announced their engagement last November, after months of speculation about their relationship.

It was later announced that the ceremony will be happening in Saturday May 19, which gives Kate a few weeks to recover after the birth of her third child, who’s due to arrive in April.

The statement, shared on the family’s official Twitter account, read: ‘The marriage of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales and Ms. Meghan Markle will take place at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle in May 2018.’