Continuing their African getaway, the couple is said to be embarking on a journey to Livingstone in Zambia for a romantic date in the stunning waterfalls.
Prince Harry and girlfriend Meghan Markle have been enjoying their summer holiday in Botswana for more than two weeks, and the royal family member and his lady love were reportedly heading to Livingstone in Zambia on Thursday evening, August 24. The pair are said to be spending a few days in the country.
It seemed like it wouldn’t be just an ordinary tour for the couple as the Prince was poised to take the “Suits” alum on a romantic date in Victoria Falls. Rumor had it, they might take a private helicopter tour above the falls, which was dubbed one of the seven natural wonders of the world, since they were keen to stay away from the tourist crowds.
“VIPs love to take helicopter tours of the falls,” said a local source. “It’s one thing to experience them at ground level, but high up is where you really get to see how spectacular the view is and just how enormous it is.”
Zambia will be the couple’s latest destination during their African getaway, during which they celebrated Meghan’s 36th birthday. “It was the night of Meghan’s birthday and no doubt there were celebrations,” a source said. Harry also introduced his girlfriend to some of his pals since he was “keen to introduce her.”
Spending some time at a bush camp and having a romantic evening under the stars on a private island were also among the agenda for the romantic vacay. “Harry knows exactly where to stay on a trip like this. And he’s also worked closely with a trusted tour guide who has helped with arrangements and organizing excursions,” the source added. “There may be some luxury but there will be a big element of daring stuff, too. They just want to get really close to the animals and the people.”