This year, Harry and Meghan spent their first Valentine's Day as a married couple apart, with Prince Harry visiting the Exercise Clockwork operation in Bardufoss, Norway while his pregnant wife stayed home in London.
But it certainly didn't mean Harry forgot her - in fact, it would've been incredibly hard to, when he sat down in a full blown shrine dedicated to the Duchess.
That's right, the shrine, created by two British servicemen the Duke was visiting, was staged in a makeshift igloo featuring images of Meghan and Harry on their wedding day, complete with candles and soft music.
While some might consider it sweet, and others a little bit much, the 34-year-old had only one reaction - to laugh.
"You weirdos," he joked to the servicemen.
"It's very kind of you to invite me into your private shrine or whatever you want to call it. And the music, is that part of it? Very romantic."
The Duke, who is Captain General of the Royal Marines, was visiting the training base to celebrate Exercise Clockwork's 50th anniversary in Bardufoss and during his time on the base learned about the grueling training the servicemen go through and received a briefing on the operation.
He also met with aircrew and engineers in an aviation hangar before joining the British and Norwegian troops for lunch.
Before he left, Prince Harry was asked to cut the 50th anniversary cake which featured an edible helicopter.
Despite not spending Valentine's Day with each other, the pair have attended several events together over the past few weeks.
The couple recently stepped out together at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday evening to attend the gala performance of The Wider Earth, which was in support of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust and The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy (QCT).
Prince Harry himself is president of the QCT, which helps young promising leaders make a difference in the world.
And despite the birth of their first child due in April, there's no sign of slowing down for Meghan.
Last week, she stepped out in a stunning head-to-toe Givenchy look on the red carpet for the Endeavour Fund Awards, which honours injured and sick military veterans who have excelled in sporting and adventure pursuits.
During the glam event, Meghan shared a rare insight into her life with Prince Harry, telling a guest: "[Harry's] going to be the best dad."
We can't wait to see what chic maternity ensemble the Duchess steps out in next!
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