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All eyes will be on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this week as the couple prepare to tie the knot on Saturday, so it's no wonder they opted for some private downtime the weekend before their wedding. The lovebirds escaped to the Cotswolds to the four-bedroom cottage they are leasing long-term, the Sun reports. A friend said: "The run-up to the wedding has been quite stressful for them and they just wanted to get away and relax before the big day. They like to escape to the country for the weekend and the cottage is just perfect for them. It's
Prince Harry will experience one of the most special days of his life on Saturday 19 May as he marries Meghan Markle in St George's Chapel, Windsor. And the location of their nuptials is particularly pivotal for Harry, who has a life-long connection to the picturesque town of Windsor. The groom's history with Windsor dates back to when he was just three months old, as he was baptised in the very same chapel where his wedding ceremony will be held. As a teenager he spent a considerable amount of time in and around Windsor as he attended the prestigious Eton
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the night before the royal wedding apart at two different five-star hotels near Windsor, Kensington Palace has confirmed. The couple have each selected prestigious hotels to spend their final night before becoming man and wife, and to get ready for their big day on Saturday. Prince Harry will stay at the Dorchester Collection's Coworth Park with his best man and older brother Prince William. The luxurious hotel is located in the countryside of nearby Ascot, just over seven miles away from St George's Chapel, where the couple's wedding ceremony will take place on
The hottest honeymoon experiences to sweep you off your feet, from wild and wonderful adventures to sun-drenched havens The Island Gem: Bahama House The stay: With its calamine-pink facade and playful-yet-polished interiors, Bahama House could’ve been plucked right out of a Wes Anderson classic. Seashell-encrusted mirrors hang in the halls, terraces are bedecked with plump-cushioned cane loveseats, and sinks are fashioned from huge, pearlescent conches. Couples can kick off their shoes and pad about barefoot; mooching between the palm-fronded pool and the Tiki Bar where Robert and Chris mix Goombay Smashes to a cheery calypso soundtrack. Or, play castaway on the quiet