So that's how to make Prince Harry blush.
During a reception held in in the prince's honor Monday, the 32-year-old royal looked down at his feet when Gaston Browne, Antigua and Barbuda's prime minister, mentioned his girlfriend Meghan Markle. "I understand that there may be a new addition to the royal family very soon," Browne said. "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." So far, Harry has not mentioned his romantic life at any point during his official visit to the West Indies.
Speaking on behalf of the Commonwealth country, Browne said, "We have been voted consistently as the best honeymoon destination in the Caribbean—and one of the best in the world—so there will be nowhere in the world as special to spend your honeymoon when that day arrives."
Later that night, Browne told reporters he thinks Markle "is a very beautiful looking girl" and said she and Harry "make a very good looking couple." The politician also gave the Suits actress his seal of approval, saying, "Yes, I heard about her, and I hear they are speculating that they will now get married. I hope that Harry and Meghan come here for some quiet time very soon."
Browne seemingly forgot about Markle when he introduced the prince to a group of scantily clad dancers. "Whatever is done here, stays here," the prime minister said. "So, do not worry." And Miss Antigua and Barbuda Leanda Ann Norville laid eyes on Harry at the reception. "He was a gentleman. Of course, I want to be his princess," she said. "Everyone at this party does."
"His girlfriend seems like a nice lady," Norville added, "but I would be a good girlfriend for him." Markle, who recently wrapped production on USA's Suits, is not expected to join Harry on tour.