To be fair, the royal family has been pretty darn forthcoming about the details of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming nuptials.
But there’s one thing we are yet to discover, and it’s the location where Harry and Meghan will spend their first few days as husband and wife.
That’s right, with less than two months to go until they tie the knot, the soon-to-be-married pair are surely in the midst of some frantic honeymoon planning. But where will they choose to go?
According to The Daily Express, the couple have chosen a location that’s extremely significant to their relationship: Africa.
A 'source' has said the pair have chosen a luxury camp in Namibia, run by lodge company Natural Selection. The Hoanib Valley Camp is set to open in June this year, and features six tents that "blend almost perfectly into the rugged environment".
The camp is located in one of Namibia's "most remote wild environments" deep in north-western Namibia, the hotel's website states, and is a four-hour drive from the nearest town.
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Guests will be able to spend their days "tracking endangered rhino, desert-adapted elephant, and of course desert-adapted giraffe" before "retiring to their private veranda to marvel at the magnitude of your surroundings".
A night at the luxury camp starts at AU$800 per person, per night. A stay in high season starts at AUD$1200 per night.