"They were very happy," Wackers tole an outlet. "He is a lovely man, and they were so nice."
Owner Thea Ungermann was happy to serve the duke and duchess, and she claimed the pair were "lovely" and "very relaxed."
A source noted that after leaving the pub, the group went back to the Sussexes' hotel around midnight to enjoy cake and sing "Happy Birthday" to the prince.
Prior to his humble gathering, Meghan and Harry enjoyed the Invictus Games, and the duo appeared to be supportive of one another. OK! previously reported body language expert Judi James' take on their behavior throughout the trip.
Meghan visibly admired her spouse while sitting beside him.
"While Harry leans to chat, her responses suggest he is whispering romantic sweet nothings in her ear," James shared. "She pauses mid-clap to clasp her hands in a 'praying' pose of rapt attention and her features soften to suggest the look of love."
"When Harry makes what looks like a jokey hand gesture to point her gaze in a distant direction she throws her head back in delighted laughter, keeping her hands high to clap like an excited child," she added.
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"Then when Harry's head is close to her own and he is standing close behind her she keeps her torso facing front but turns her head as though to nuzzle him, with a secretive, intimate, beaming smile that makes this look like a passionate moment at a very public sporting event," the journalist shared.
"It's currently a very 'U.S. Celebrity' trend to get flirty and intimate at big sporting events," the author added.
Sources spoke to Daily Mail.