In good company.
Chris Evans and his wife, Alba Baptista, hung out with Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, during their recent trip to Portugal.
A source exclusively confirmed to Page Six that the newlyweds — who tied the knot last month — bumped into the royals at a bar or restaurant while abroad in Europe.
The insider told us that the couples did not know each other and their run-in was completely coincidental.
Page Six exclusively reported that Evans, 42, and Baptista, 26, wed in an intimate ceremony in his hometown of Boston on Sept. 9.
A separate source told us the nuptials were “locked down tight” and guests had to sign NDAs and hand over their phones.
Several of the Marvel actor’s co-stars attended the wedding, including Jeremy Renner, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Chris Hemsworth.
Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung were also in attendance.
We also exclusively learned that the “Captain America: Civil War” star and the “Warrior Nun” alum — who first sparked romance rumors in November 2022 — were going to have a second wedding celebration in Baptista’s home country of Portugal.
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“There is going to be a second gathering in Portugal for members of Alba’s family who couldn’t be in Massachusetts,” a source told us last month.
“Sometime this week, I believe. Then they’ll depart from Portugal for their honeymoon.”
Meanwhile, Harry, 39, and Markle, 42, recently took a romantic trip to Portugal after they wrapped his annual Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Sept. 16.
Portuguese magazine Nova Gente reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — who tied the knot in May 2018 — indulged in a three-night stay on the Iberian Peninsula.
The parents of two reportedly traveled to the CostaTerra Golf and Ocean Club resort in a “mega-secret” operation.
The outlet reports that Harry and Markle stayed with his cousin Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, in Portugal.
A source told Nova Gente that the “Suits” alum and the youngest son of the late Princess Diana preferred not to publicize the “romantic getaway either through the press or through their social networks.”
The Sussexes reportedly left Portugal on Sept. 20 and flew back to Los Angeles.