Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas enjoyed a night at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Wednesday evening.
The couple, who have been dating nearly two years, were spotted enjoying the critically acclaimed show Cirque du Soleil in a private box.
Onlookers reported the couple appeared in good spirits and noted they looked loved-up as they left.
Harry and Cressida have been dating since May 2012 and the pair have been spotted on many romantic dates around London.
Earlier this week a 31-year-old man was jailed for three years for threatening to kill the Prince.
Ashraf Islam was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court after the judge said he posed a danger to the public, although added his plan to target the royal had been “vague and unlikely to succeed”.
In May 2013, Ashraf, who was born Mark David Townley and changed his name in 2010 after converting to Islamd, entered a police station in London saying he intended to kill the fourth-in-line the following day.
He said he felt he had a “moral right to judge” the Prince, a captain in the British Army because he did not agree with the actions of the military. Ashraf’s defence lawyer told the court he had a personality disorder.
A document was found on his computer that said: “Aim for target. No civilians to be injured.
“Dress code is the biker look. Use low-calibre pistol at close range. Not to be viewed as Islamist extremist.”
At Monday’s hearing, the judge Richard McGregor-Johnson said he had considered a longer sentence, however it would have been deemed “excessive”.
“I would have wished to consider an extended sentence,” he said. “But the authorities are clear, even if a court finds that the person does represent a danger to the public, that doesn’t justify a longer sentence.”