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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoy a Texas date night with a nostalgic twist – Monomaxos

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry were spotted at a date dinner in Austin, Texas on Thursday evening Markle's keynote speech at the SXSW Festival on Friday. The city is known for its excellent Tex-Mex cuisine, but queso wasn't the main event for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Instead, her restaurant of choice served up plenty of nostalgia.

The duo reportedly dined at a corner table at Soho House Austin, the local version of the International Private Members Club. In a way, this is where the whole Meghan and Harry saga began: the club's London outpost was the setting for the couple's very first date in July 2016, during which they bonded over drinks, the start of a turbulent relationship between the two Captivate was intended to capture the world's attention and transform the British monarchy.

In his memoirs Spare partHarry recalled thinking Markle was “a heart attack beauty” on their first date at Soho House London, which Markle suggested for their meeting because it was “her headquarters whenever she came to London.”

Even though Harry was half an hour late because he was stuck in traffic, things went well. So good, in fact, that they met there again the next evening for their second date.

And now, almost seven years, two children and one retirement from the British royal workforce later, the Sussexes were enjoying the Texas version of the club.

A witness told People that Meghan and Harry “were happy and in great spirits” on Thursday. Harry was very lively throughout dinner. They were very reserved and seemed happy to enjoy the happy atmosphere in the lively venue.”

Markle is scheduled to appear on a panel on the opening day of SXSW in honor of International Women's Day. She will also take the stage Katie Couric, Brooke Shieldsauthor Nancy Wang YuenAnd The 19th editor Errin Haines for a discussion titled “Breaking Barriers, Shaping Narratives: How Women Lead on and Off the Screen.”

As an actress, advocate and mother, Markle has long been familiar with this issue.

On Thursday, Markle's Archewell Foundation, Moms First and the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media released the results of a study of modern portrayals of motherhood on television. The study found that the vast majority of storylines portray men as the primary breadwinners of families and that the reality of issues such as child care are largely missing.

“My previous experiences as an actress and now as a producer and mother have reinforced my belief in the critical importance of supporting women and mothers both behind and in front of the camera,” Markle said in a statement about the study. “This report on the representation of mothers in entertainment highlights the gaps we need to close to achieve true representation in the content we create and consume, and I am honored to undertake this work through the Archewell Foundation support.”
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