Prince Harry and Meghan Markle News & Udates: The Couple Bought Their First Christmas Tree Together

By Surabhi Verma , Updated Dec 14, 2016 09:43 PM EST

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting into the Christmas spirit, as they were spotted purchasing their first tree together, confirms. The couple shopped at the Pines and Needles store in London Monday night where they purchased a Nordmann Fir tree, which typically sells for about $65.

"They were in good spirits," an eyewitness revealed recently. Despite the thousands of miles between these two, Prince Harry and the Suits actress have been making it work. The redheaded royal flew straight to Toronto after his Caribbean trip ended to spend a day with Meghan. Now Meghan has returned to London to spend some time with her beau before the holidays. "Harry has been traveling and wanted to make time to see Meghan," a sourcerevealed. "They wanted their time together to be private." Even when these two are apart they keep each other close. After their secret rendezvous in Canada, both Prince Harry and Meghan were spotted wearing their matching "his and hers" beaded charity bracelets.

Meghan also has been seen wearing a $240 Maya Brenner gold necklace with the letters "M" and "H" on the chain, had earlier reported that Meghan and Prince Harry were going to reunite again in December, and it appears this would be that reunion! Now if only they'd reveal what they're buying each other for Christmas.

"The girl who served him is American so she didn't realize it was him. Me and the other guy were netting a huge tree and eventually looked up and realized it was him. He had a woolly hat on," Ollie Wilkinson, another staff member at the store, said. "Because his girlfriend is American they were chatting about living in this country and he was asking about how many trees we sold a year and how much we donated to the charity", revealed the source!

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