There's nothing quite like a summertime escape no matter where it is, but to have a summertime escape in France would certainly take things to the next level.
In a surprise moment, it has been revealed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have jetted off to Nice, France for a holiday with baby Archie - and going by the brief sighting we saw of them as they touched down, summer looks good on them.
In pictures published by British publication The Sun, Prince Harry and Meghan were seen exiting a private jet on the French Riviera on Wednesday, August 14.
Wearing a trendy panama hat and crisp white shirt, Meghan was seen cradling baby Archie close to her as she exited the jet.
Prince Harry was also seen in a plain green collared t-shirt and a cap.
As for adorable baby Archie? The young royal was spotted wearing a gorgeous striped cardigan.
It's unknown whether the royals have already returned back to the UK since touching down in Nice on Wednesday, however it is understood they will also visit the Queen who is staying in Balmoral during the UK summer.
Earlier this month, it was revealed Meghan and Harry also had another overseas visit to Europe's party capital - Ibiza.
According to several Spanish media publications, reports stated Meghan, Harry and indeed baby Archie flew to the European destination two days after her birthday.
It is believed the trio flew via private jet and stayed in a private villa hidden from sight from any members of the public.
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Ibiza is believed to hold a special place in Meghan's heart - she visited the spot with close pals back in 2016 around the time she met Princ Harry.
One of her friends that came for the 2016 trip was fashion designer Misha Nonoo, who is widely believed to be one of the driving forces behind Harry and Meghan's big introduction.
Meghan and Harry will also be preparing for another big overseas trip in October - the pair and Archie will visit Africa as part of a royal tour.
Africa is also a special place for the couple, who visited the continent together when they first struck up a relationship on one of their first private holidays.
Since then, the pair have shared some images of the conservation work they did there, which included helping equip elephants with satellite collars.
We'll be hoping for some more holiday snaps from the royals!
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