It's their first Valentine's Day from the moment they became linked, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this year will not spend together on February 14th.
The Kensington Palace revealed that Harry was on duty as Captain General Royal Marines in freezing Bardufoss in Norway to see marinas train in the environs of 200 miles within the Arctic Circle.
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"Exercise Clockwork is the traditional name of the annual winter exercise, headquartered in one of the world's most demanding environments," said Kensington Palace representative for Fox News. "Located 200 miles within the Arctic Circle in Northern Norway, since 1969, Clockwork has trained more than 16,000 royal sailors and sailors and Royal Navy aircraft."
"Military personnel learn how to survive, manage and fight in extreme cold weather and gain experience in managing the aircraft in severe cold weather and mountain ranges. The multinational exercise organized by the Norwegian Armed Forces carries out qualifications for flying in the environment, surviving cold weather, the commander of the tents and driving courses with snow and ice.
And this year marks the 50th anniversary of the exercise.
It is expected that Harry will meet some people who live and train for six months a year on a base. He will visit various open field training courses, which will show the equipment and training that is being carried out in Clockwork. The exercise is designed to show how staff learns to survive in extreme temperatures, as well as to gain experience in managing aviation in mountainous mountain bikers.
Harry was appointed General Captain in December 2017, succeeding his grandfather Prince Philip, who had 64 years ago. The 97-year-old has since retired from public life.
But 37-year-old Meghan, expecting the first baby with Harry, may not be too happy to be alone at Valentine's Day.
Back in 2015, first suits The star has moved to her The Tig lifestyle blog and admitted that "the hook, the line and the toner, I'm such a nail for Valentine's Day," but she also noticed she was an advocate of love for her.
– I've been chatting with my sisters last season, Sarah [Rafferty] and Gina [Torres], and he was in some sort of fun, plotting something that is so futile that I do not even remember what it was now, "Meghan recalled in his blog, citing people a magazine in front of their weddings. – But I was a faaaaaaar of showing [myself] love for oneself. "
"One of them stopped me – it is true that I can not remember which of them, because they both handed me their safe wisdom with me on a daily basis – but one of the modern sages stopped me and said," Hey! That's my friend you're talking about. Be good at her. "They were protecting me from me. From my own criticisms and my own doubts in myself. They reminded me to be treated, as well as to those closest to me. Be my own.
"This day I'm in love with friends, run the streets of New York, probably sip some cocktail that is unusually punk and jump over ice cubes in new shoes through the salt marsh of the West Village, but by the way, these shoes were my gift to myself. I have worked hard because I will not wait for someone to buy what I want (nor want), and because I want to treat myself as those who love me because I am my own funny Valentine.
Meghan, now Duchess Sussex, and Harry tied the knot in May 2018. Their first child needs in April.
This story originally appeared in Fox News and is reissued here with permission