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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Pack on PDA During Date Night at a Jack Johnson Concert

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Parents’ night out. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a Jack Johnson concert following their return to California — and the couple shared a sweet moment during their date.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted on Wednesday, October 5, enjoying their time at the Santa Barbara Bowl.

According to photos obtained by TMZ, Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, were in good spirits in a private section at the packed venue.

During the night, the U.K. native wrapped his arm around his wife’s waist while they listened to the soft rock music.Drummer Adam Topol offered a glimpse at the couple’s appearance on Thursday, October 6, writing via Instagram, “Harry and Meghan in the house!”Harry and Meghan’s outing comes after the pair flew back to the U.S.

last month following Queen Elizabeth II‘s death. The duo, who share son Archie, 3, and daughter, Lilibet, 16 months, joined the royal family in mourning after the late monarch’s death on September 8 at age 96.During their visit, King Charles III noted during the first address after his ascension that he wished for his youngest son to “continue to build” his life with Meghan in California.The twosome previously made headlines in 2020 when they announced their plans to step away from their working roles in the royal family.

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