Kensington Palace announced on Monday that Prince Harry will be in Norway on February 14, which means the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend their first Valentine's Day as a couple apart.
Harry will be at Bardufoss in Norway to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Operation Clockwork, which saw helicopters operating for the first time in the Arctic Circle.
Meghan, who is pregnant with the couple's first child, recently revealed that it is expected to arrive in April.
Meanwhile, the Palace has also recently revealed that it has been forced to dramatically step up efforts to police its official social media accounts after being bombarded with abuse of the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex, reports the Daily Mail.
Helpers now spend hours a week scouring accounts on Instagram and Twitter to moderate comments after they've discovered hundreds of messages – many of them racist and sexist in nature – being left in their feeds.
They are also employing automated tools to eliminate the most hostile and offensive comments.