It’s a red carpet date night for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry!
The couple made a surprise appearance at the “Bob Marley: One Love” premiere in Jamaica at the Carib Theatre in Kingston Tuesday night and they were all smiles as they walked hand in hand.
The Duchess of Sussex, 42, wore a black spaghetti strap dress with a princess skirt, while Harry, 39, looked dapper in a navy suit worn with a white button-down.
The biopic “celebrates the life and music of an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity,” according to its official synopsis.
The premiere marks Meghan and Harry’s first trip back to Jamaica since 2017.
They were in the Caribbean country to celebrate Harry’s friend Tom “Skippy” Inskip’s wedding to Lara Hughes-Young, but the trip turned into something much more for the former senior royals.
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“At the end of the night there was a slow dance and after Harry escorted Meghan onto the dance floor for a final twirl … Harry was convinced he had met ‘the one,’” Nicholl writes.
The rare red carpet outing followed Harry’s attendance at the Living Legends of Aviation Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., where he was honored last Friday.
John Travolta, who famously shared a dance with his late mother, Princess Diana, at the White House on Nov. 9, 1985, presented him with the award.
The “Suits” alum did not accompany her husband to the event.
Harry’s induction came hours after he dropped his claim against the Mail on Sunday. He was suing them over a story that alleged he lied about offering to pay for police protection while visiting the UK as a non-working member of the royal family.
“His focus remains … on the safety of his family, rather than these legal proceedings that give a continued platform to the Mail’s false claims all those years ago,” a spokesperson for the Duke of Sussex told Page Six.