First Look! Meghan Markle And Boyfriend Prince Harry Photographed Together For The First Time
For the very first time, photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle together have emerged. Rumors regarding the couple's secret relationship surfaced back in October of this year.
The Sun claims that photographs of the new couple were taken after Prince Harry and Meghan were leaving a theater in London after a date last week. It was reported that the two went to see "Peter Pan Goes Wrong" at the Apollo Theatre. The date continued as Meghan and Harry took an evening stroll through the neighborhood and enjoyed the Christmas lights.
Tomorrow's front page: First pictures of Prince Harry and girlfriend Meghan Markle pic.twitter.com/uPGUYHLk8T
— The Sun (@TheSun) December 14, 2016
Of course, as a Prince, Harry and Meghan were accompanied by one royal police protection officer, the source claims. A source told the magazine, "They were clearly not afraid to be seen in public together." As seen in the photo, the two were bundled up in beanies and coats as they took a stroll along Piccadilly and Shaftesbury Avenue.
E! News also reported that Harry stopped by his girlfriend's crib last week while Meghan was last spotted picking up flowers and attending a yoga class near her home in Canada. The day before, Meghan was photographed aboard a plane to visit her boyfriend in London before the holiday season kicked off.
Meghan keeps her silence regarding the relationship, however; the palace released a message in the wake of "abuse and harassment" that Meghan had faced since the news of their relationship was made public, according to E! News.
"Some of this has been very public- the smear on the front page of a national newspaper; the racial undertones of comment pieces; and the outright sexism and racism of social media trolls and web article comments." The letter continued, "It is not right that a few months into a relationship with him that Ms. Markle should be subjected to such a storm."
The prince "has asked for this statement to be issued in the hopes that those in the press who have been driving this story can pause and reflect before any further damage is done."