Let’s face it, we’ve all been hit by Royal Wedding fever. As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry prepare to tie the knot in just a few short weeks (May 19 to be precise), we wanna know absolutely everything.
What’s Meghan’s dress going to look like? Just how delicious will the cake be? Will best man, Prince William throw such an epic stag do that Harry won’t even make it down the aisle? I NEED TO KNOW.
But while the wedding possibilities are endless, once the doors of St George’s Hall are shut and the last of the merry guests trail out of the reception, we reckon the newlyweds will be dying to say goodbye to all this wedding stress and jet off on their honeymoon.
So, where are these two seasoned travellers heading off on their first holiday as husband and wife? Well, while no official announcement has been made just yet (and probably won’t be until they get back), a source told Travel + Leisure that Harry and Meghan plan to travel to Namibia for their romantic getaway.
According to The Sun, the pair will be staying at Hoanib Valley Camp in Kaokoland, north-western Namibia, which is "surrounded by mountains, sand dunes, and huge expanses of desert."
And just one look at their Instagram page, it’s not hard to see why they’ve picked this dreamy £463 per person, per night location. Nestled in Kaokoland, the luxury camp is surrounded by towering mountains, sand dunes and the most incredible views you’ve ever seen.
Not only is Namibia absolutely stunning, it’s also one of the least populated countries in the world - which means the royal couple will be well and truly away from prying eyes. And they’ll be in pretty good company, as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie even chose to have daughter, Shiloh there because it's so private.
Although this won’t be the first time Harry has visited the beautiful country as he previously spent some time in Namibia with ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy back in 2008 during his time in the army, and flew there again in 2015 for a conservation trip.
Harry and Meghan have also spent some time in southwest Africa early on in their relationship, as the pair camped in Botswana when they were just getting to know each other - making it double romantic.
Right, where's my passport?
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