Peep the Luxury Hotels Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Will Stay at Before the Royal Wedding
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married in less than a week and while there’s still no word on whether or not Harry and Meghan will dance to “2 become 1,” royal reporters did learn that the couple are spending the night before the wedding in some very fancy hotels. Like, very, VERY fancy.
#RoyalWedding news! The night before their wedding, #HarryandMeghan will stay at separate hotels around Windsor:
– Harry will stay at the @CoworthParkUK with Prince William
– Meghan and mom Doria Ragland will stay at @Cliveden_House on the National Trust’s Cliveden Estate
Meghan will reportedly be staying at the 5-star hotel Cliveden House with her mother Doria Ragland on Friday. It is a lovely (and fancy) place.
Just look at these #fancy dogs who’ve stayed there!
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and his best man Prince William will be staying at Coworth Park that same night:
Related: I refuse to spend the night before my wedding anywhere else but this exact tub with a copy of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban:
Although the couple has been out of the public eye in recent weeks, it was also just revealed that Meghan and Harry will be attending Prince Charles’ 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration at Buckingham Palace on May 22. That means their honeymoon in Namibia isn’t happening until some time after the wedding.
Per royal reporter Omid Scobie, the garden party — Meghan’s first — “will celebrate Charles’s patronages, military affiliations and others involved in charities he supports. Cadets and emergency services personnel who were first responders at the Manchester Arena bombing on May 22, 2017, will also attend.”
The event will celebrate Charles’s patronages, military affiliations and others involved in charities he supports. Cadets and emergency services personnel who were first responders at the @ManchesterArena bombing on May 22, 2017, will also attend.
T-minus 5 days, people!
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