People.com Royals Prince Harry Makes Secret Detour to See Girlfriend Meghan Markle in Canada Prince Harry made a major detour from the Caribbean to see girlfriend Meghan Markle in Canada By Simon Perry Updated on December 8, 2016 10:22 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Now that’s devotion! Prince Harry made a major detour from the Caribbean to see girlfriend Meghan Markle in Canada. Instead of jetting back to Britain with his staff on Sunday, the royal headed north to Toronto, where the Suits actress has a home, The Sun reported on Tuesday. Harry is said to have spent the day with the L.A.-born actress at her home. His office declined to comment. The couple has been apart for two weeks while Harry toured seven nations in the Caribbean on behalf of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth. With it being such a high-profile trip, Markle wasn’t expected to join him. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Chris Jackson/Getty Images Although it was said that he would immediately head back to Britain – where he has an official engagement tomorrow – that plan apparently changed at the last minute, as the prince flew straight to Meghan. Want to keep up with the latest royals coverage? Click here to subscribe to the Royals Newsletter. A friend of the actress recently told PEOPLE that she is “head over heels” for Harry. And as he was on his way to see her, Meghan cheekily displayed her colors when she shared a photo of her dog wearing a sweater decorated with the British flag. Harry spent the last day of his 15-day tour charming kids in Guyana, who stopped him for an impromptu interview. RELATED VIDEO: Prince Harry Receives an Invite to Honeymoon in Caribbean?! Unlike with other royal tours, Harry’s return to London was not recorded in the official court circular that lists the official engagements or duties of members of the royal family. When Prince William and Kate and their staff returned from Canada in October, for example, their arrival at Stanstead airport just outside London was noted. On Wednesday, Harry will be helping out in the financial center of London as he attends the ICAP fundraising day, which will partly be donating cash to Sentebale, Harry’s charity that helps young people living with HIV in Southern Africa.