Where Are Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Going On Their Honeymoon? Alberta, Canada, May Be On Itinerary
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been married for over a week, but they have not yet had a chance to take off and enjoy a honeymoon. All the public responsibilities that accompany being the Duke and Duchess of Sussex can make it tough to find private time. But that may soon be rectified, as reports are emerging that the couple will soon be spending time at the Royal Retreat in Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Canada.
Harry and Meghan would not be the first royal couple to stay at the lodge. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (Harry’s great-grandparents) stayed there in 1939, while Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip stopped by in 2005. And of course, Canada is familiar territory for Markle, as she lived in Toronto for seven years while working on Suits.
“The Royal Retreat” is the nickname of the Outlook Cabin, a 6,000-square foot private residence with six bedrooms and six bathrooms. There are lakes, hiking trails, glaciers, and plenty of wildlife nearby.
There had been reports that the couple would honeymoon in Namibia, but that plan appears to have changed. There has also been talk of a one-night mini-honeymoon stay in Ireland. Ultimately, any honeymoon plans will not be officially publicly released, as the trip is meant to be private.