Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might be miles and miles apart physically, but they're keeping each other incredibly close in other ways.

The Suits actress was all smiles in Canada after sharing a secret rendezvous with her royal beau. Markle, who was bundled up in a long jacket and beanie hat, also put another accessory on display: the "his and hers" beaded bracelet she and the redheaded royal both have. Markle wore the blue piece of jewelry prominently over her jacket sleeve for all to see.

Harry, who attended a charity event Wednesday in England, was also seen wearing his beaded bracelet. Despite the long distance between them, this couple makes sure to always have a piece of each other on them. Over the weekend, Markle also wore a $240 Maya Brenner gold necklace with the letters "M" and "H" on the chain.

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E! News learned that Prince Harry flew directly to Canada to squeeze in some time before the holidays after spending a few weeks in the Caribbean on a royal tour. "Harry has been traveling and wanted to make time to see Meghan," a source told us. "They wanted their time together to be private."

Prince Harry, Bracelets

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Kensington Palace declined to comment on reports that Harry's secret change in travel plans went against Royal protocol, and E! News learned his trip was kept under wraps to avoid causing a spectacle. There's no saying when these two will reunite again, but we've heard they'll be seeing each other again sometime in December.

The couple's relationship first went public in October, but Prince Harry confirmed it when he released a statement defending his girlfriend against harassment. Shortly after, Markle flew to London to spend a few days with him at Kensington Palace.

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