For the first time in weeks, Prince Harry (38) was seen publicly on a date with his wife, Duchess Meghan (41). The two have been spotted in Los Angeles for the first time since his autobiography, Reserve, was published in January. The New York Post's "Page Six" published a video clip and corresponding photos.
Harry and Meghan would have visited San Vicente Bungalows on Tuesday evening. According to its website, only club members - with their respective guests - have access to the exclusive restaurant. And you can only become part of the selected team if you nominate an existing member.
Their son Archie (3) and their daughter Lilibet (1) were probably not there, according to the club's rules, children can only be brought to brunch on Saturdays and Sundays anyway. At all other opening times, only persons of legal age are allowed access.
While Harry was sporty and chic in jeans, a t-shirt and a cardigan, Meghan looked more elegant when they arrived together in black leather pants, black heels and a beige coat. As of that evening, the tabloid was unable to publish photos, and members and their guests are strictly forbidden from taking pictures inside the restaurant.
With his autobiography "Reserve" (original title: "Spare"), Harry had provided record sales. Among other things, he reports on his drug use and arguments with members of the royal family. An anonymous insider allegedly told the paper in late February that Harry could add one or more chapters to the book for the later paperback edition. At least that's supposed to be his plan.