After Meghan Markle flew into London to spend New Year's Eve with her Prince, Harry whisked her away to the town of Tromso in Norway, on January 2.
It is believed the pair took in the local delights including whale-watching, a lake trip and seeing the Northern Lights.
This would mark the pair's very first holiday together, and it sounds like it was very romantic indeed!
The tiny Norwegian village has no restaurants, cafes or shops.
One local, Julie Lilanda, told People, “They were very discreet."
“We have a lot of whales and the Northern Lights in Tromvik, which is perfect for tourists to see.”
While the town may be remote, the fifth-in-line-to-the throne still made sure the vacation was one of luxury.
The Norwegian media claim the duo stayed at the incredible Tromvik Lodge.
One night in the waterfront property will set you back about $500, but with meals included and panoramic views of the mountains, Norwegian Sea and of course the Northern Lights... We're guessing it's worth every penny!
If the views aren't enough, the accommodation comes with an outdoor spa... perfect for those chilly nights.
According Us Weekly, the couple also spent time with Prince Harry's friend Inge Solheim.
Inge, who met the 32-year-old royal in 2011 after a Walking With the Wounded charity trek, helped Harry organise the trip.
Things are certainly moving along nicely for the couple, with insiders musing that the former military man may even pop the question.
“I can see them engaged by the spring,” a friend of the Prince admitted.
“He’s head over heels.”