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Meghan Markle was in London last week with her mother, where the two reportedly toured the city and hung with her boyfriend, Prince Harry. She then flew back to Toronto to shoot Suits—but the separation from her prince was very temporary. The two are together again, People (via The Sun) and Page Six report, on a special safari vacation in South Africa for Markle’s 36th birthday.

They appear on the cover of The Sun arriving in the country, Prince Harry’s arms around his girlfriend:

“Harry has been planning this holiday for a long time,” a source told The Sun. “He’s made the trip incredibly romantic. They’ll go on boats across the lake, walk in the bush at dawn and camp under the stars.”

Africa is notably the place that Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton, in Kenya. And a proposal isn’t out of the realm of possibility, the source added. “Who knows what will happen when they’re watching a sensational African sunset together? Maybe he’ll get down on one knee. Harry regards Africa as his spiritual home and has often talked of how he can get away from it all there.”

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Meghan and Prince Harry together at a wedding earlier this year. Photo: FameFlynet

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“Obviously he wants to show Meghan what an amazing place it is and create new memories together. Harry’s done a lot of conservation work in Africa with endangered el­e­phants and black rhinos, and he’ll show them to the woman he wants to marry.”

Markle and Prince Harry just celebrated their one-year dating anniversary—and it’s been rumored for months an engagement could come by the end of the summer. For now, the source said that Prince Harry intends to “make this a holiday she’ll never forget and perhaps she’ll come back with a ring on her finger.”

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From: Harper’s BAZAAR US