Prince Harry is said to be "besotted" with his girlfriend Megan Markle, 35, but the private royal has reportedly had to cancel an upcoming trip to visit his new squeeze.
According to The Evening Standard, the 32-year-old had booked a seat on a British Airways flight set to leave London's Heathrow airport on Sunday morning and land in Toronto, Canada at 3:30pm.
However, in a bid to avoid growing attention on their blossoming romance Harry was "a no show," according to the paper.
"The flight was booked last week but he was a no-show. The crew for the British Airways flight knew the Prince was booked to travel with them. It appears he pulled out at the last minute and decided not to travel," an insider explained to The Evening Standard.
Meanwhile friends have told People that the duo have been dating for "a couple of months" and their relationship is still in its "early days."
The pair, who reportedly began dating after meeting at the Invictus Games earlier in the year, are also said to follow each other on Instagram.
While Megan has a public account with one million followers, it's claimed Harry uses a secret account under a pseudonym.
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According to the Daily Mail, Harry uses the account to follow a handful of close friends and charities.
In recent months, the Suits actress has visited London several times, further fueling speculation of a secret relationship with the prince.
In May, the doting uncle to Prince George and Princess Charlotte admitted he'd love to find the one and settle down.
"I am not putting work before the idea of a family and marriage. I just haven’t had that many opportunities to get out there and meet people. At the moment, my focus is very much on work. But if someone falls into my life, then that is absolutely fantastic," he told the BBC.
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