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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out for a romantic dinner over the weekend as they celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted dining with Brian and Tracey Robbins at Lucky’s, an upmarket steakhouse in Montecito, on Saturday. The couples are believed to have developed a close relationship in recent years, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joining Paramount boss Brian and fashion designer Tracey for the Bob Marley film premiere in Jamaica in January. Tracey was also among the elite few who received a jar of the Duchess’ homemade American Riviera Orchard jam earlier this month.

The steakhouse appears to be a favourite of the Duke and Duchess, who have often been seen dining at the restaurant since their move to California. It was here that they came for a double date with friends Katharine McPhee and David Foster in 2020, dining at one of the tables outside. Meghan was also seen enjoying lunch with her agent at the steakhouse last year.

The dinner comes amidst a busy period for the Sussexes, who were celebrating their sixth wedding anniversary over the weekend. While it is not known if the couple marked the occasion with a private dinner, they are likely to have bought one another highly personal anniversary gifts. Back in 2019, Prince Harry gifted Meghan an eternity ring to mark their first year of marriage, while the Duchess gave the Duke a framed copy of her wedding speech.



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The couple are likely to be enjoying time with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet after spending a number of days away from their children for their Nigeria trip. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent just 72 hours in Africa last week, but the couple have since revealed they left the country ‘very happy’ to have visited – and said they hoped to be back ‘soon.’
It was, in fact, a deeply personal trip for Meghan and Harry.

The visit served a double purpose: both helping them continue their work around the Invictus Games and offering Meghan an opportunity to explore her heritage. For the Duchess, it was her first time travelling to Nigeria after learning she is 43 per cent Nigerian, according to genealogy test. Speaking of how special the trip had been for her, Meghan said she felt it was particularly poignant to be visiting Nigeria on Mother’s Day. According to People magazine, she said understanding your heritage further was ‘such a special thing as a mother to know you can do.’