Prince Harry took girlfriend Cressida Bonas on a skiing trip in Kazakhstan. Our favourite royal was after treating his gal to a romantic break, but instead of opting for tropical Aruba or sightseeing in Paris, he took her to the home of Borat AKA Kazakhstan.
According to The Sun, the couple flew to the former Soviet republic, where they stayed at a chalet in a billionaire's resort.
While there's no news from the Palace on the pair's romantic holiday, Harry and Cressy - who are thought to be expert skiers - flew out to Kazakhstan on a swanky private jet and landed in the Shymbulak resort by helicopter.
The Daily Mail reports the couple may have chosen their skiing destination with help from Prince Andrew - who sold his home in Ascot to a tycoon from Kazakhstan and is a frequent guest of the country's president Nursultan Nazarbayev.
The holiday comes after Harry invited Cressida to co-host a formal dinner at St James' Palace to honour war heroes.
Harry is the patron of the Walking With The Wounded charity, and met many of the upcoming dinner guests during his 208-mile trek to the South Pole before Christmas.
A source told The Mail on Sunday: "Harry has told Cressida she is welcome to come along."
"Harry and his mates went through thick and thin together, so the dinner party will be a really relaxed and jovial affair. But there is no doubt that it will be a Royal banquet, albeit a private one."
Perhaps things really are hotting up between these two. Could we be hearing wedding bells sooner than we thought?