Now that they're married, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal responsibilites have majorly increased — so, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are working hard to prioritize spending quality time together as their lives get busier.

"In the evenings, the newlyweds often enjoy going to see West End theater productions or disguising themselves to attend film screenings incognito," royals expert James McCourt exclusively revealed to Closer Weekly in the magazine's latest issue, on newsstands now. "After dinner, they get to wind down and relax. They’ll snuggle up on the couch with candles burning and binge-watch their favorite TV shows, like Homeland."

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The couple's nights in are a rare opportunity for Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, to be totally alone. "The royal family abides by precise schedules due to strict security regulations, so no other family member will be tapping on the door asking for a cup of sugar!" McCourt explained.

Ever since the duo tied the knot in mid-May, they've been super busy attending public events on behalf of the British royal family. And, thanks to Queen Elizabeth, Harry and Meghan's jam-packed schedule isn't slowing down anytime soon.

This month, the Duke and Duchess will jet off to Ireland for two days of appearances, including an audience with the Irish president and a gala at the home of the British Ambassador. Then, in the fall, the pair will fly to Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, and the Kingdom of Tonga on their first royal tour. "Harry and Meghan’s calendars will only get busier as the pair are expected to take over some of the Queen's official roles, too," McCourt explained to Closer.

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