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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hope for a private honeymoon or as a private honeymoon a newly married prince and duchess may have. It was reported for the first time that the couple would travel to Namibia, but the plans seem to be changing.
"The honeymoon destination has changed a few times since planning," Royal Commentator Omid Scobie told Elle.com last week. "If a location runs out before the trip, it jeopardizes safety on the journey and they are instructed by their protection team to change their plans. William and Kate's Protectorates landed on two destinations, before settling in Seychelles for their honeymoon in 2011. I've heard that just a month before the wedding, Harry and Meghan had not even booked a destination, so these plans have come together pretty quickly! "
Still, somewhere Being a probable choice in Africa, as it was a place of importance in their relationship. In 2017, Harry took Meghan to Botswana for her 36th birthday, a place they had previously vacationed.
"You know, here's a whole other world," said Roger Dugmore, a safari organizer from Botswana, Vanity Fair employee Katie Nicholl for her book Harry: Life, Loss and Love. "I think what he loved most was the fact that he was really treated like a normal person, he's just one of the guys, I think he once said," You know, if I change my mind In Africa, Kensington Palace has kept the world up-to-date with Harry and Meghan. From the engagement to the details of their wedding, the honeymoon and honeymoon take place the location for the privacy and security of the couple kept secret.
"The honeymoon destination has changed a few times since planning it," said Scobie. "If a location runs out before the trip, it jeopardizes its safety on the journey, and they are instructed by their protection team to change their plans. "
The Sun has also speculated in some places of the couple Opt for, including Queensland, Australia, Hawaii, and a" mini-moon "in Ir TMZ has also reported that they could jettison to the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Canada. Anyway, Angela Moore, a spokeswoman for the resort, issued a statement that "the couple is not currently booked for a stay."
Although that sounds like someone who has just booked a royal honeymoon would say. ,