Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting ready to go on their honeymoon now that their royal wedding has taken place. That being said, royal expert Katie Nicholl thinks the newlyweds might be spending it at a remote African lodge.
‘One of the places they are looking at is a lodge that’s so remote it requires an off-land Land Rover to get there [and] a satellite phone as there are no connections. You have to take a supply of food and water with you because you are right in the middle of nowhere and if you break down without supplies, you are in trouble. That gives you some indication of how remote this place is,’ the woman told ET.
The expert went on to say that ‘without a doubt, the destination’ is Africa.
After all, their third date was them traveling to Botswana, so the continent definitely has some sentimental value for Harry and Meghan.
Apparently, they even went back there once again to celebrate the actress’ birthday.
‘I was speaking to someone in South Africa the other day that said that Harry loves Zimbabwe. There are some very remote parts of Zimbabwe that he may take Meghan to,’ Nicholl mentioned.
In addition, there is also ‘A lot of talk about Namibia, and that would be a great place. Prince Harry knows Namibia well. He knows where to go to escape the paparazzi and make sure they can have a much deserved and private honeymoon together.’
The woman predicts that the royal couple will quietly leave in a few days, without the public knowing.
‘We were told by the Palace the couple wasn’t going to go on a honeymoon immediately – they wanted to take a bit of time after the wedding, and they said in that engagement-day interview that they planned to hit the ground running. Well, they’re staying true to their word because today at four o’clock local time, they attended Meghan’s first garden party at Buckingham Palace,’ the expert also told ET.