- Prince Harry and Meghan waited to go on honeymoon as they had royal duties that they needed to attend to
- There were speculation that the two would honeymoon in Canada, but they ended up in the beautiful West Africa
- Sources say that the two has a wonderful and rejuvenating time
The big question on everyone’s mind was, where did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle go for their honeymoon? Now they back, so where was the destination?
Harry and Meghan got married on Saturday 19 May 2018. They got married in front of friends and family as well as thousands of viewers all over the world.
The honeymoon was one of adventure, safaris and basking in the sun. The couple apparently visited East Africa visiting more than two countries enjoying outdoor escapades, reported Channel 24.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the royal couple did announce a couple of months prior to their wedding that their honeymoon would be delayed in order for them to fulfil royal duties.
A new source spoke to E on Wednesday, disclosing that the newlyweds visited more than two unspecified countries in East Africa.
It was here that they took the opportunity to take advantage of the amazing game drives and other outdoor adventures. They also had time to relax under the African sun.
The source also commented that it was the perfect break and blend of their passions. They were able to recuperate and relax before they start a very hectic schedule for the second half of 2018.
Africa had a significant role to play in Harry and Meghan’s relationship. The first place they fell in love was in Botswana. They returned to Botswana last year to celebrate Meghan’s 36th birthday.
The centre diamond in Meghan’s wedding ring was purchased by Harry in Botswana.
Cleave and Company, the Queen’s preferred jeweller, used the ethically sourced centre stone from Botswana when making the custom-made ring.
It was previously reported that the married couple would be honeymooning in Canada, however, an insider told Elle that the Duke and Duchess have always had a soft spot for Africa.
The insider told BBC in a recent interview that the loving couple were looking at taking things one step at a time.” He also added, “hopefully we will start a family in the near future.”
We are waiting with abated breath for the new addition/additions to the Royal Family!
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