The Canadian lodge, which allegedly housed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their honeymoon, has officially denied that the newlyweds are ready to visit the luxury resort.
"Although Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge has a long history As a royal retreat, we can confirm that the couple is currently not booked for a stay," said a representative of PEOPLE in a written statement.
King George VI. and the Queen Mother, as well as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, have all spent the past night at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, giving the royal watchers reason to suspect that Harry might follow in his family's footsteps. The resort even has a Royal Retreat Cabin, named after the first royal guests who stayed there in 1
However, Africa is still at the top of the list as a possible honeymoon for the newlyweds. Harry has often talked about his love for Africa and called it the place where "I feel more than I do anywhere else in the world".
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A source told Travel & Leisure in April that the couple was planning a trip to Namibia. Hoanib Valley Camp was suspected as a possible place for them to get comfortable. (When asked to comment, a representative of Hoanib Valley Camp refused the request from PEOPLE.)
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Harry, 33, took Meghan to Botswana on one of her early dates. Africa has remained a special place for Harry when, in 1997, he made a moving visit to the continent following the death of his mother, Princess Diana. He has also done a lot of conservation work in the surrounding regions. He and Meghan made a three-week trip to Africa for their 36th birthday last summer, and Harry also bought the middle diamond for the engagement ring of the former suits stars.