Do royals celebrate Valentine’s Day? They may be public figures, but most of them keep the juiciest details about their relationships under wraps, and that has included how they mark February 14th . Thanks to the rise of social media, however, these blue bloods have given us a glimpse of how they spend this special day. To no one’s surprise, their take on this love-filled occasion is straight out of a fairy tale. 1. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Active royals or not, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have never been shy about putting on public displays of affection. For Valentine’s Day 2020, Harry and Meghan wore big smiles at Victoria International Airport in Canada after a quick trip to the US. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Prince Harry & Meghan Markle (@sussexroyal_hm) Before tying the knot with the heartthrob prince in 2018, Markle offered some advice to her fellow “singletons” on her now-defunct lifestyle blog, The Tig. “Be your own beautiful, darling, cherished and funny Valentine. You deserve it,” the actress-turned-duchess wrote. Princess Fadzilah of Brunei’s 10-day royal wedding celebration, wrapped 2. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima The Netherlands’ monarchs took a trip down memory lane on February 14, 2021. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima marked the special occasion by recreating his proposal to his wife on a frozen pond at Huis Ten Bosch Palace in The Hague. King Willem-Alexander recounted his 2001 proposal to Queen Maxima to RTL Nieuws . “It was a beautiful Friday afternoon and I thought, ‘Máxima will have to learn how to skate, because what is more Dutch than ice skating?’” 3. Prince William and Kate Middleton Like the Sussexes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also spent their first Valentine’s Day as a married couple in 2012 apart due to royal commitments. While Prince William flew to the Falkland Islands in his role as an RAF search and rescue pilot, Middleton attended solo engagements in Liverpool. According to Hello, the duchess shared with a little boy named Jaqson how her hubby sent her a V-Day card. Jaqson’s mum also revealed at the time that Middleton mentioned that she’d received a bouquet as well. Princesses at 18: how do royals’ lives change when they come of age? 4. King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia Considered one of the most stylish royals in the world, Queen Letizia of Spain does not disappoint on Valentine’s Day. During she and her husband’s royal visit to Morocco in 2019, the chic monarch gave a nod to the romantic occasion by sporting the same Giorgio Armani pantsuit that she first donned in 2003 to announce her engagement with King Felipe VI. 5. Princess Madeleine and Christopher O’Neill What’s another great way to celebrate the day of love? By spending it with your kids, too! In 2018, Princess Madeleine of Sweden shared the most adorable photo of Princess Leonore and Prince Nicolas wearing heart-shaped glasses. The Swedish royal and her hubby, British-American financier Christopher O’Neill, got hitched in 2013 and moved to Florida in 2018. 5 royal friendships that transcend families – and borders 6. King Abdullah and Queen Rania Jordan’s King Abdullah and Queen Rania are not your average royal couple who keep their personal lives private. For Valentine’s Day 2017, the tight-knit pair posed for a social media snap featuring an enormous heart-shaped cake topped with fresh roses and candles. “May your homes and hearts always be filled with love and by peace,” the Jordanian royals captioned the sweet photo. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .