PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are now officially married!
But where will the jetsetting couple choose to spend their honeymoon? Here are the latest rumours…
PA:Press Association The location of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s honeymoon hasn’t been revealed yet
Where will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle go on their honeymoon?
It hasn’t been announced where the couple will fly to for a romantic break after their wedding TODAY, but here are some options that are close to their hearts:
Both Meghan and Harry are passionate advocates for humanitarian work in Africa, and Rwanda has a particular pull for Meghan.
She visited the country as a World Vision Global Ambassador, and the country has plenty to offer in way of honeymoon experiences.
Perhaps they’ll be tempted by gorilla-trekking experiences or the witness country’s stunning volcanoes and eco-resorts.
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Harry is a big fan of Barbados, and has visited several times – including celebrating its 50th anniversary of independence.
He enjoys the polo scene out there, and Meghan would probably love the exotic destination.
PA:Press Association Meghan has visited Rwanda on a charity trip before
Meghan was raised in LA, but has gushed in the past about childhood holidays spent in Hawaii, which is a popular honeymoon destination for many couples.
With its stunning beaches, colourful reefs and relaxed vibe, it could be a good choice for the royals.
Turkey is already a favourite spot of the former Suits star, and she has posted about her love on social media in the past.
One of the places she visited was Cappadocia, where she could be seen watching the stunning hot air balloons.
Could the couple head to colourful Mexico for their big trip away?
Meghan said one of her most vivid travel memories is visiting the Day of the Dead festivals aged nine, and there are plenty of quiet, exclusive resorts tucked away.
This African country is a special location for the engaged couple.
The loved-up couple committed to marriage when they were camping under the stars in the African wilderness, just a year after they started dating.
For Harry it was a chance to introduce the two loves of his life – Meghan and the country he first visited just weeks after his mother’s death when he was 12.
Harry sourced the main stone in the engagement ring from Botswana, which is one of the world’s most renowned places for diamond mining.
The pair shunned luxury safari lodges in favour of fly camping, setting up their tents in areas off the beaten track.
Louis Wood – The Sun Harry and Meghan were pictured at an airport in Botswana this summer
The paired have already visited Zambia for a holiday so could it have won them over?
Last year they stayed in the lap of luxury at a £2,500-a-night safari lodge complete with chef, butlers and private guide.
Nevis, the Caribbean
Nevis is a top honeymoon spot for couples worldwide, and Prince Harry has visited before with Princess Diana, and as part of a royal tour on behalf of the Queen.
It offers plenty of privacy for the couple, who are two of the most photographed people on the planet, and would be an ideal haven for the newlyweds.
Why has their honeymoon been delayed?
The royal couple are selflessly delaying their honeymoon, and getting back to work quickly after the wedding.
Their first royal engagement is scheduled to take place just a week after Harry and Meghan tie the knot.
It is not yet known what the event they are attending is, but it is due to happen the week beginning May 21.
Their honeymoon will instead happen last this year, although it is likely to be before autumn as they will be attending the Invictus Games and have a number of other events lined up.