Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will reportedly honeymoon in the Canadian Rockies, surrounded by nature and abundant wildlife.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be heading to the Canadian province of Alberta and staying at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, TMZ reported on Monday.
The resort is situated in Jasper National Park, Canada’s largest Rocky Mountain National Park, which is part of a Unesco World Heritage Site.
“Any details of the honeymoon will be private,” a spokeswoman said, confirming that no official announcement about the couple’s honeymoon will be made.
Additionally, a spokesperson for the Fairmont told CBC on Monday that “the couple is not currently booked for a stay.”
TMZ reported that the luxury resort ordered gear and other items for them that it doesn’t usually keep on site. There’s been no word yet on their expected arrival.
If the report is to believed, the British prince and Suits actress — a former Canada resident — would celebrate their first post-marital days in the 6,000-square-foot Outlook Cabin, which was nicknamed the Royal’s Retreat after Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip stayed there to celebrate the province’s centennial.
Harry’s late great-grandfather, King George VI, and the Queen Mother also stayed in the Outlook Cabin in 1939.
The lodge was also a favourite of veteran actor Bing Crosby and served as a filming location for his 1948 film, The Emperors Waltz, as well as the 1954 westerns River of No Return and The Far Country.