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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot last month at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, in one of the most touching ceremonies in royal history.
But it wasn’t the A-list royal wedding guests or the official wedding photographs that got the world talking. Instead it was their two week-long absence following the nuptials, sparking rumours of a secret honeymoon.
It is understood that the couple spent two weeks abroad after their wedding, but the location of the holiday is unknown, with royal fans and experts hedging their bets on the southern African country of Namibia as the destination of choice.
Now that the royal couple are back, and assuming the responsibilities that come alongside the title of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry has chosen to clear up those honeymoon rumours.
‘No, we didn’t go to Namibia,’ the 33-year-old explained at the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards Ceremony this week, before continuing: ‘I’m not going to say where.’
While we’re still in the dark as to where the newlyweds honeymooned, at least Harry’s latest comments have narrowed the pool slightly.
It is thought that the Duke and Duchess could have honeymooned in Botswana, a sentimental destination for the newlyweds as it is not only where they had their first romantic getaway together, but also where Harry sourced the main diamond in Meghan’s engagement ring.
So we’re still in the dark. Hopefully we’ll all find out soon.
More clues, please.