Meghan Markle and Prince Harry met in 2016 on a blind date and the remainder is historical past for the Sussexes.
On their first New Year collectively, the Duke and Duchess of celebrated their first New Year on a secret getaway in Norway.
Finding Freedom authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand revealed Harry organized for the journey partly to assist Meghan cope up with media intrusion on the time.
“Harry planned a New Year’s trip where they could really get away from it all. He rung up his pal Inge Solheim, a Norwegian adventure guide Harry had befriended during a Walking with the Wounded charity trek back in 2011. Inge had gone all out for Harry when he was with [ex-girlfriend] Cressida [Bonas], arranging a top secret 2014 ski trip to Kazakhstan,” the authors wrote.
They continued, “Solheim organized for Harry and Meghan to spend every week in a cabin in Tromsö on the very tip of Norway within the Arctic Circle, the place there was completely no probability of being bothered by photographers.
“There, Harry and Meghan enjoyed seven days of dog sledding, whale watching, dining on local delicacies, and snuggling to watch as the aurora borealis lit up the skies,” Durand and Carolyn concluded.