We're so jealous! Following their royal wedding on May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly enjoyed a two-week honeymoon. Though the exact location of their honeymoon has not yet been confirmed by Kensington Palace, it was heavily rumored that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex vacationed at Alberta, Canada's luxurious Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge situated right in the middle of Jasper National Park.
According to TMZ, Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, allegedly stayed at the resort's 6,000-square-foot Outlook Cabin which has been nicknamed "The Royal Retreat." Back in June 2005, Harry's royal grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, vacationed at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge and, in 1939, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother traveled to the resort, too!
Earlier this year, it was also reported that Harry and Meghan might honeymoon in Ireland, South Africa or Namibia. After their April 2011 royal wedding, Kate Middleton and Prince William took a 10-day vacation to the Seychelles, so it's especially nice that Harry and Meghan allegedly took two weeks to relax after their nuptials.
Just three days after their wedding, Harry and Meghan were back to work to carry out their first official royal engagement as a married couple. They allegedly postponed their honeymoon for a few days so they could attend Prince Charles's 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration in the gardens of Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, May 22. The couple subsequently jetted off on their honeymoon and reportedly returned two weeks later before they resumed their public duty at Trooping the Colour on Saturday, June 9.
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