Meghan Markle had a secret meeting in Toronto apart from Prince Harry
Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle visited her best friend Jessica Mulroney in Toronto for a three-day getaway. Her new husband Prince Harry was missing from the picture.
Markle stayed under the radar as she holed up in Mulroney and husband Ben's Toronto home. The pair met while filming the hit show "Suits" together.
Contributor Omid Scobie for ABC News reported that "They spent their days catching up, cooking together and, of course, playing with Jessica's children, who love their 'Auntie Meg.' "
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The 37-year-old duchess flew commercial round-trip to the location where she also caught up with "some of Meghan's old, good friends" in town.
Mulroney and her husband had front row seats at the Windsor Castle for the wedding back in May. They sat directly "across the aisle from the royal family."
Twins Brian and John also played a big role at Markle's wedding. The 7-year-olds held up Meghan's Givenchy dress on the steps of St. George's Chapel. Daughter Ivy was also an adorable bridesmaid.
Mulroney who is a style consultant, entrepreneur, as well as a bridal consultant, worked with Meghan in planning the high-profile wedding. Since then she's made sure Markle remains at the top of her fashion game.
Just Wednesday, Meghan wowed fellow attendees of a "Hamilton" gala performance in London. She wore a $595 tuxedo dress, designed by Canadian Judith and Charles.
The event was the couple's first public outing after a few weeks away from the media. Proceedings went to Harry's charity Sentebale.
The couple did take a secretive excursion together earlier this month. They visited celebrity friends George and Amal Clooney at their exclusive Lake Como home for a weekend.
They will soon be going on their first major royal tour in the fall. The royal pair will travel to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga. Then in the spring, they will be expected to visit the United States at the U.K. Foreign Office and the British government's request.