Prince Harry and fiancée Meghan Markle took time off from their royal engagement Friday night for some fun in London and watched the theater production of Hamilton.
The soon-to-be-married couple went on a date night at London's West End to see a performance of Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theater. Although there are no pictures to prove they were at the theater, one of the stars of the show confirmed their presence,
Leslie Garcia Bowman, who plays a general in the stage play, tweeted about Prince Harry and Markle. He mentioned that it was a pleasure to have the couple at the show on Friday night.
Was an honour to have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in to watch @HamiltonWestEnd last night! — Leslie Garcia Bowman (@lesliegbowman) February 17, 2018
Markle is definitely a big fan of Hamilton. This is not the first time she watched the show. The Suits star also accompanied her friend and actress Priyanka Chopra for a date night in New York to watch it. Markle shared her photo with the Quantico star on her Instagram and captioned it, "About last night. Thank you to my babe @priyankachopra for the best date night #Hamilton #NYC." The snap has since been deleted along with the rest of the photos on her Instagram.
Prince Harry and Markle have been on a series of royal engagements for the past weeks. They were last spotted together in public on Tuesday, when they visited Scotland. They dropped by Edinburgh, where they met well-wishers who have eagerly waited to meet the future royal couple.
Markle and Prince Harry also dropped by the Social Bite, a café in Edinburg that helps employ and feed the homeless. They talked to the employees, and the actress even hugged café cofounder Alice Thompson when they were about to leave. The future princess broke royal protocol when she gave her a hug instead of a polite handshake.
In the previous days, Prince Harry and Markle also interacted with schoolchildren during a visit to Star Hub in Tremorfa. The couple even received warm hugs from the kids for their royal visit.
The royal nuptials will take place on May 19 at noon at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Rt Revd, David Conner will conduct the service. The ceremony will be made public so everyone will witness Prince Harry and Markle exchange wedding vows, which the Most Revd. and Rt Hon. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate.
Following the ceremony, a royal procession will follow where Markle and Prince Harry will first emerge as husband and wife. The reception will take place at St. George's Hall.