Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's First Vacation Sounds Absolutely Magical


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Love is in the air! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just returned from their first official vacation together, and the whole thing sounds absolutely magically. If they weren't already totally smitten anyway, we're sure this would've sealed the deal.

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Our favorite ginger royal swept his girlfriend off her feet in an over-the-top romantic getaway in secluded town of Tromvik in Norway. The little vacation town has no restaurants, no cafes, and no shops ... which already sounds all sorts of romantic if you think about it.

Tromvik is a popular spot for winter tourists, however, since it boasts breathtaking views of the Northern Lights, and well as spectacular whale-watching tours.

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Julie Lilanda, a local resident, told People magazine of the lovebirds, "They were very discreet."

The new couple may have been in a secluded spot, but don't think they were roughing it. According to reports, Harry and Meghan stayed at the luxurious Tromvik Lodge during their time in the country. The lodge is set on the Norwegian Sea, and provides "panoramic views of the ice-clear water and surrounding mountains in total solitude," as People describes.

The $374-a-night price tag almost seems downright reasonable when you add in the outdoor Jacuzzi, which allows guests to revel in the beauty of the Northern Lights in the outdoors while keeping nice and toasty warm.

For daytime activities, whale-watching tours can be arranged for $222 a day. Visitors get to venture into the surrounding fjords, which are apparently full of whales this time of year.

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One local, Stig Jakobsen, told People, "You can basically go in boats to within 10 feet of a huge whale. So it is quite spectacular."

Sounds absolutely magical. If they weren't in love before, we can't imagine they're not now.

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