Prince Harry just recently confirmed his relationship with actress Meghan Markle, and already people are talking about a royal marriage -- even world leaders.
The 32-year-old royal is on a 15-day trip to the Caribbean and during a reception at Barnacle Point, Gaston Browne, the prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, invited Prince Harry to "honeymoon" in his homeland, according to BBC News.
"I am told that there may be a princess and I just want to say that should you make the decision to honeymoon, then Antigua and Barbuda want to welcome you," Browne reportedly said. "We have been voted consistently as the best honeymoon destination in the Caribbean -- and one of the best in the world. So, there will be nowhere in the world as special to spend your honeymoon, when that day arrives."
The prime minister added, "Whatever is done here, stays here. So, do not worry."
But he didn't stop there. Later speaking to the press, BBC News reports that Browne called Prince Harry and Markle a "very good looking couple," and again extended an invite to the couple to visit his country "for some quiet time very soon."
Miss Antigua and Barbuda, Leanda Ann Norville, was also at the reception and, according to the news organization, said that "everyone at this party" wanted to be Prince Harry's princess. "His girlfriend seems a nice lady," the beauty queen continued. "But I would be a good girlfriend for him."
On Tuesday, Prince Harry visited Antigua's sister island, Barbuda, which is where he vacationed with his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, just a few months before she died in 1997.