Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will enjoy a three-day romantic getaway in Montego Bay in Jamaica to celebrate a close pal of the royal's wedding.
The 'Suits' actress will be introduced to the 32-year-old royal's inner "circle" of friends including groom, Tom 'Skippy' Inskip, who is marrying his agent fiancee Hon Lara Hughes-Young.
The flame-haired hunk flew from London's Gatwick airport to Montego Bay on Wednesday and the 35-year-old beauty flew in last night in time for the wedding, which is being held at a luxury £1,600-a-night resort, which has been sealed of just for guests of the groom and bride on Friday.
A source told the MailOnline: "This the first time that she and Harry have socialised so openly as a couple and is a significant step up in their relationship.
"Make no mistake, he is heads over heels about her. This one could go all the way."
Harry - who is reportedly Tom's best man - and Meghan are believed to be staying in one of the pool-side villas on the resort and will have the option to order in breakfast by their own staff over the weekend.
It comes following rumours that Harry is set to propose to the brunette beauty by the "end of summer".
The couple have been dating for almost a year, and sources close to the pair believe he will pop the question later this year as they have openly discussed taking their relationship to the next step.
Speaking about the couple's relationship, a source recently said: "They will be engaged by the end of summer. [They] have spoken candidly about their future. They see a life together."
And Meghan has admitted she will have to move to London in the future because her beau will not be able to "uproot" to her hometown in Toronto.
The source added: "Meghan feels a move to London is inevitable. It's not like Harry can uproot."