Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are already together in Germany, staying in a luxury hotel during their trip for the Invictus Games.
The games, which were founded by Prince Harry, kicked off last Saturday, 9 September, while Meghan joined the trip on Tuesday, 12 September.
This time the Games are being held in the German city of Düsseldorf, and the Duchess of Sussex travelled there to lend her support to the closing ceremony of this significant project.
Where are Harry and Meghan staying in Germany?
According to British media reports, the actress is staying with her husband in a spacious and luxurious suite on the 17th floor of the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The Sussexes stay in the five-star hotel’s impressive Presidential Suite, which offers breathtaking views of the Rhine River.
Room rates at the hotel start at $320 per night. However, the suite chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex costs more than $2,400 per night.
The suite has a separate living room, a kitchenette and a bathroom with a rainfall shower. It also has two televisions.
Conveniently located near the famous Düsseldorf Opera House, the Hyatt Regency Hotel features the DOX Restaurant & Bar, a charming Franco-American brasserie-style restaurant with stunning views of the Rhine River.
According to its website, the restaurant offers an exquisite fusion of American and French cuisine, with a carefully curated selection of dishes featuring high-quality meats.
Harry is said to have checked into the hotel on Saturday morning after a short trip to the UK to attend the WellChild charity awards and also visit the grave of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
This is the second time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited Düsseldorf and marks Meghan’s return to Europe after visiting England last year to attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.