Meghan Markle Spotted With Prince Harry

Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle

The lovely Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoyed a rare night out together recently, going to “The Duchess”‘ in California The pair were treated to a private tour of the theater by creator Lin-Manuel Miranda himself and then went backstage for a meet-and-greet with some of the cast members. After their evening out they headed over to their favorite restaurant in Manhattan’s theater district, Carbone, where they dined with friends.

The royal couple had gone out on a date earlier as well. They spent the evening attending ‘Hamilton’ on Broadway, a musical based on the life of Alexander Hamilton. The show tells a story of how immigrants established America as we know it today, and is performed by a diverse cast that includes African-American, Latino, and Asian actors. The musical was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda (who also stars in it), who told Entertainment Weekly that he thinks Meghan Markle will love ‘Hamilton’ because she is “a woman who has said she wants to champion women’s causes.”

In a new interview, Meghan Markle’s best friend Jessica Mulroney opened up about one of the former Suits star’s favorite dates with Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle Gets Date Night

‘Meghan loves to go for dinner and drinks at this little Italian place in Toronto that has live music,’ she revealed to Entertainment Tonight Canada. ‘She loves going out and having a few cocktails and food.’

However, there’s one thing that makes these dates stand out from others: They’re low-key—so much so that they don’t even have security or staff around them!

‘I think it’s because they’re so low-key they’ve been able to do that,’ Mulroney said. ‘It’s really sweet.’

The couple were treated to a private tour of the theater and backstage, including being shown all of the dressing rooms. They were also given a special treat—they were allowed to sit in audience seats as they watched The Play That Goes Wrong!

The play was written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields. It debuted at the Lyric Theatre on London’s West End in 2013 and has since become a popular comedy show.