Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going on the honeymoon of our dreams

And there's not long to wait...

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And there's not long to wait...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement last year, with the couple tying the knot in May at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

We've been so preoccupied with the wedding arrangements and analysing the wedding guests outfits that we hadn't even considered where they might be honeymooning.

Originally, the rumour mill had predicted that Namibia was the couple's destination of choice, considering how special Africa is to both Harry and Meghan. But now there's a new front runner.

It looks like the newlyweds will be paying a visit to Meghan's former home, Canada; according to TMZ, the couple are eyeing up idyllic mountain retreat the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta.

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It's thought they'll be staying in 'The Outlook Cabin', also known as 'The Royal Retreat' – and with those views, who can blame them?

Meanwhile the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opted for the Seychelles for their 2011 honeymoon, so while Harry and Meghan are not following suit in terms of location, they are apparently also delaying the trip instead of leaving straight after the ceremony.

While we don't know when exactly they're heading off, it's thought that Harry and Meghan will first pay a visit to her father in Mexico, following his heart surgery a couple weeks ago.

The couple are reportedly also planning a 'mini moon' to Dublin in the weeks after their wedding, as they're already scheduled in for engagements in the capital.

We can't wait to see the photos from their upcoming trips!

Jenny Proudfoot
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