Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had a three-day house party in Amsterdam last weekend.

Abbie Llewelyn, a journalist for Express, revealed that the gathering was attended by several celebrities like Eddie Redmayne, Jenna Coleman, and Michael McIntyre. The glamorous long weekend was filled with biking, eating, drinking, napping, and other activities.

The celebration was organized to commemorate the opening of a new Soho House in the Dutch city. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are members of the private club, and they have frequented the place. In fact, their first date took place in a private dining room in the original London Soho House.

Markle has also had her hen do party at the Soho House’s rural counterpart in Cotswold. The opening of the new Soho House coincided with the 55th birthday of its owner Nick Jones. The Saturday night bash was held at the Italian restaurant Cecconi. It was followed by a Sunday brunch, as well as pampering treatments at the Cowshed spa.

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle were recently seen in public at an event at Loughborough University for the Coach Core Awards. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in school to present an array of prizes to the students who could one day make a name for themselves in the world of sports.

Prince Harry and Markle also competed in a game of netball, and they belonged in different teams. Prince Harry was joined by former basketball player David Robinson, and it was their team that won. But Robinson joked that they should have let Markle’s team win.

“You’ve always got to put your wife center stage. They are newly married so he is learning that,” Robinson said.

Despite Markle and her team’s loss, Prince Harry still made sure to make his wife feel better by giving her a tight hug.

The Coach Core Awards is part of the final program to help young people who are not in school or at work to get trained in some of the biggest sports clubs in the country. Prince Harry and Markle also gave out speeches at the gathering.