Harry was 'surprised' when Meghan was happy to pee in the woods on secret Botswana glamping trip

Prince Harry was reportedly surprised when Meghan was happy to go to the toilet in the woods while on a camping trip in Botswana.

                            Harry was 'surprised' when Meghan was happy to pee in the woods on secret Botswana glamping trip
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Prince Harry was said to be very delighted when Meghan went to pee in the woods while on their first trip abroad, their biography 'Finding Freedom' has revealed. The book focuses on many different aspects of Harry and Meghan's life including their bombshell decision to step down as senior members of the royal and has been written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. The book includes a story about the couple's trip to Botswana during a secret luxury camping getaway around six weeks after their first date, which had taken place in July 2016. 

The book reads, "Harry was delightfully surprised by Meghan's down-to-earth attitude. While camping she cleaned her face with baby wipes and happily wandered into the woodlands if she needed a bathroom break." Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan, 39, had taken a glamping trip to Meno A Kwena where the two had stayed in a $1,964 (£1,500) per night tent which had an en-suite bathroom and a private terrace. 

While Harry would enjoy a breakfast of bacon and eggs, Meghan would begin her day with a bowl of fruit and yogurt. Her usual morning routine would consist of hot water with lemon which was followed by steel-cut oats with bananas and agave syrup. It is said she encouraged Harry to adopt some healthier eating habits and even introduced him to yoga and meditation. The book also says how Harry had been impressed that Meghan had carried one single backpack for the whole trip.

After returning from Africa, Meghan had shared with a friend that she was just "completely spellbound" and that "I've never felt that safe...close to someone in such a short amount of time."

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visit Tembisa township to learn about Youth Employment Services (YES) on October 2, 2019, in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on an official visit to South Africa (Getty Images) 

The book also talks about the couple's first date that they had enjoyed at a luxury suite in Soho's Dean Street Townhouse with a bunch of mutual friends. It was after this that Harry described her as "the most beautiful woman I've seen in my life". The two had met again at the same venue the next night but alone and had flirted all evening. 

"Still their chemistry had been electric throughout the meal as they both flirted. A touch of an arm here, direct eye contact there," the book reveals. The book also goes into detail about Harry and Meghan's relationships with his brother and sister-in-law, Prince William and Kate Middleton, his father Prince Charles, and the Royal Family as a whole. 

We had earlier reported that Harry's biographer, Angela Levin had said Harry has become a "shadow of his former self" and had ended up losing some of his "charismatic, mischievous charm" ever since moving to LA  with Meghan. 

While speaking on ITV's Royal Rota last week on Friday, she shared that Harry had "changed enormously" ever since the two had first met. Harry is currently living with his wife in Los Angeles, California, after stepping down as a senior member of the royal family. Levin revealed that Harry is currently focusing on all the negatives in his life versus the positives.

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