Prince Harry has demonstrated true love of today by visiting the British armed forces that are undergoing cold weather training in winter survival training inside the Arctic Circle.
The Duke of Sussex is spending his first Valentine’s Day as a married man in one of the planet’s harshest climates.
Harry, who travelled by charter plane, experienced the icy wilds of northern Norway as he meets British servicemen undergoing the gruelling Exercise Clockwork during a tour of their base on Thursday.
The annual winter exercise has trained over 16,000 Royal Marines and Royal Navy sailors and airmen since 1969.
The duke, who is due to become a father for the first time in late April or early May, was met with temperatures just over freezing point when he stepped off the double-engine Cessna Citation Excel at the Bardufoss air station, 200 miles (322km) within the Arctic Circle.
The Duchess of Sussex is believed to be at home in Kensington Palace following a turbulent week that saw her father leaked details of a ‘devastating’ letter and her friends speak publicly about the ‘global bullying’ she has endured in recent weeks.