Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's choice for honeymoon reportedly revealed

Apr 02, 2018
02:50 A.M.
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The soon-to-be-married couple may have decided on their mini honeymoon.


Closer Weekly reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be heading to Ireland after their wedding on May 19, 2018.

Their wedding is expected to be an extravagant affair and the couple could be headed to Dublin, Ireland, immediately after they tie the knot.

The visit is touted to be their mini-honeymoon and it will also include a series of official engagements. 

According to a report published in the Irish Independent, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make their first trip aboard as a married and spend a couple of days in the Irish capital.


A source told the publication, “It will possibly be the first foreign trip after their wedding.” However, very little is known about the visit and it is yet to be confirmed by Kensington Palace.

People are also awaiting the announcement of the location for Harry and Meghan’s official honeymoon. Botswana, where they celebrated their first anniversary, is a top contender, according to various reports.


The couple will also make a trip to the Greek island of Zakynthos before they are wed. The reports surfaced after hotelier Spiros Lougaris, owner of Hotel Castelli, shared the news of Facebook.

He said that Harry and Markle “will be arriving in Zakynthos on a one-day stopover of a trip in early May prior to their wedding.’ 


He also revealed that the couple had arranged a personal guide for the brief visit. He said that it was a pleasure and honor for the whole island and the guide, Maria Drogitis. 

However, Kensington Palace is yet to comment on the news.

For their honeymoon in 2011, Prince William and his wife, Kate, holidayed on the privately owned North Island in Seychelles. They had even rented a luxurious villa crafted from recycled and natural materials.