We hope Meghan's ready to get the kettle on, because when Prince Harry gets home from work, he's going to need warming up. The prince spent Valentine's Day in freezing temperatures, as he paid a visit 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in northern Norway. Harry's visit was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Exercise Clockwork, an elite training exercise that teaches military personnel how to operate, fight, and survive in extreme cold weather. Harry — who took over the role of Captain General of the Royal Marines in 2017 — arrived at the base in uniform, fitting right in as he met troops, and received a briefing on the operation.
During his visit, Harry also checked out Quincey Shelter, a version of an igloo that is dug out and used in emergencies; the troops surprised Harry by decorating the inside of the igloo with candles, romantic music, and framed photos of him and Meghan on their wedding day. "You weirdos! Nice," Harry remarked with a laugh. He also called it "homey" and "romantic," adding, "It's very kind of you to invite me into your private, err, shrine." See all the photos from his trip ahead.