Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry gave Meghan Markle a lot of presents before their royal engagement. Pictured: Prince Harry and Markle during an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on Nov. 27, 2017 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Prince Harry loves giving Meghan Markle gifts.

The Duke of Sussex has showered his wife with romantic presents even before they were engaged. According to Francesca Specter, a journalist for Express, before Prince Harry popped the big question and Markle said "yes," the royal gifted the former "Suits" star with a painting. Aside from the painting, Prince Harry also gave Markle a $39,871 Mini last year.

The painting which was given during the first months of their courtship was designed by an anonymous artist who goes by the pseudonym Van Donna. It's a two-sided canvas also known as diptych. The other side featured the words: "Everybody needs somebody to love" in red, calligraphic handwriting.

According to a local art dealer, Prince Harry made the "stealth" purchase from the Walton Fine Arts gallery in Kensington, London.

"Harry is one of the regulars in the area and regularly goes into the shops and galleries with his bodyguard, kind of in stealth mode," a source told People.

"He was in the gallery for a little while and liked a few things, then settled on the Van Donna. He said he was looking for something for ‘an important person. It was literally just before anyone heard about Meghan — literally just days before it was announced he was going out with her."

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle visited Queen Elizabeth II in Balmoral. The monarch usually flies to Scotland to enjoy her summer break there.

The members of the royal family also take some time to be with her. Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Prince William, Kate Midleton and their children are among the members of the Firm who were spotted in the Queen's Scottish estate. During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's trip, they reportedly enjoy long walks and barbecue.

However, many noted that Prince Harry skipped one of the longest tradition of the family so as to not upset Markle. Prince Harry reportedly didn't join his brother and their grandmother in grouse hunting.

Markle is an advocate for animal rights and has been against hunting. This isn't the first time Prince Harry decided to not participate in this type of tradition. In December, he also didn't join the Boxing day shoot.

Meanwhile, Prince William and Middleton were criticized for taking their 5-year-old son to the said activity. Concerned royal fans fear that the little prince might grow up without compassion to the animals if he's exposed to that tradition.