Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just holidayed in Lake Como with George and Amal Clooney

Because Hollywood and British royalty still need to vacation.

We've known that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have put a pin in their royal duties for the moment, to lap up the most of their summer vacation.
And we're pleased to inform you that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle definitely don't do things by halves.
The couple, who tied the knot back in May, have escaped to Lake Como with their pals The Clooneys...
Nothing says summer vacay...
Like a holiday in Italy... with the Clooneys.
That's right: George and Amal Clooney have just holidayed with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Italian magazine Chi dished on the details, sharing that the Clooneys' 14-month-old twins Alexander and Ella also were there and Meghan even helped look after the little ones.
Apparently George and Harry bonded "playing sports games, including basketball."
The royal couple's Italian getaway was short-lived with the duo jetting over on Thursday evening and returning home on Sunday.
We totally understand what Meghan and Harry escaped to Italy, especially with the Markles' latest family drama.
We can only imagine how much fun the pair had.

When will we see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle next

Don't worry, we don't need a ticket to Lake Como to see Harry and Meghan next!
Summer's nearly over for Harry and Meghan, with the Duke and Duchess expected to make an official appearance at a gala performance of the West End musical Hamilton.
The couple will attend the event on Wednesday 29 August, which supports Harry's beloved Sentebale charity.
Kensington Palace released a statement, saying: "The evening will raise awareness and funds for Sentebale's work with children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa. Over the course of the evening, Their Royal Highnesses will meet representatives from Sentebale and Hamilton, including members of the cast and crew."
"At the conclusion of the show both The Duke of Sussex and Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote the show's book, music, and lyrics, will address the audience."