Prince Harry shops for wife Meghan in Tokyo while she enjoys night out at Taylor Swift

The Duke of Sussex was spotted trying on sunglasses as he shopped for a souvenir gift to take home to his wife Meghan during his solo trip to Japan.

While Meghan was believed to be enjoying a girls' night out with her friend Lucy Fraser to watch a Taylor Swift gig in LA, Prince Harry enjoyed a day out shopping with polo player friend Nacho Figueras.

The sportsman posted on Instagram that they were 'shopping for our wives' in central Tokyo and posed for a photograph wearing sunglasses, said to retail at $175.

The picture, where the two cross arms and are donning matching outfits of a polo shirt and casual jeans, made eager fans flock to the comments to share their love for Harry and his friend.

One wrote: "Great to see two guys who love and adore their wives, and don't mind letting the world know."

Another gushed, "Love you guys and your beautiful wives," while another commented, "You're good husbands. Delfina [Nacho's wife] and Meghan will be thrilled by whatever you get them."

The 38-year-old old touched down in Japan on Tuesday, ahead of his appearance at the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition and he received a very warm welcome.

He was set to join a panel discussion with former New Zealand rugby player Dan Carter, Sentebale chair Sophie Chandauka, Invictus Games gold medallist Steve James and the Rector of South Africa's Stellenbosch University Professor Wim de Villiers.

He later told the audience he would "happily live here if you'd have me."

Harry's appearance coincides with his HRH title being quietly removed from his biography on the official Royal Family website.

The move comes three years after the Meghan and Harry made the decision to step down as senior royals and relocated to America.

On the other hand though, Meghan had her HRH title removed from the website directly after the couple's decision, despite Harry also having given up the title at the same time.

Throughout his page on the website, Harry is now referred to as "The Duke" or simply "he" rather than His Royal Highness. It's unclear why there was a three-year delay in removing this from the website.

OK! have contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.

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