Everything is coming up roses for Meghan Markle.
The Suits star was spotted carrying bouquets of tulips and pink roses while out and about in Toronto. Draped in a blush coat over a black sweater and pants, the actress tried to stay incognito in a pair of sunglasses, but her wide grin assured the crowd that she was in high spirits.
While she's lying low in Canada, her royal significant other, Prince Harry, finished up his royal tour of the Caribbean on Sunday. Now that those travel obligations have ended, perhaps the 32-year-old can pay a visit to his leading lady—and bring her a few more bouquets to boot.
Though the two spent Thanksgiving apart—Markle was with her parents while Prince Harry had just begun his royal tour—there's no time like the holidays to squeeze in some kisses underneath the mistletoe. Plus, a source told E! News in early November that there was talk of Harry planning a trip to meet Markle's family in America.
During an interview with a young local girl in Guyana on Sunday, Harry briefly touched on the pros and cons of royal life—or as he put it, the "good and bad."
"Firstly, I definitely don't rule the country. What is it like being a prince? Good and bad. There's lots of privileges of course you get from when you were born, but then with privilege comes a lot of responsibility," he told the girl.
"Being a prince means you've got to harness all the positivity and try and encourage people to see the good stuff about life."
In addition to sharing details about royal life with Caribbean natives, Prince Harry also got a personal invitation from Gaston Browne, Antigua and Barbuda's prime minister.
"I understand that there may be a new addition to the royal family very soon," Browne told him. "I am told that there may be a princess, and I just want to say that should you make the decision to honeymoon, then Antigua and Barbuda want to welcome you."
But first, Prince Harry has to make his way to California to meet Mr. and Mrs. Markle—flowers included!