Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent the weekend in Jamaica where they celebrated the wedding of his close friend Tom 'Skippy' Inskip and Hon Lara Hughes-Young in the idyllic surroundings of Montego Bay. The nuptials took place on Friday at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas, a lavish resort that is set on a sprawling 110-acre site along a private bay, and features 36 oceanfront rooms designed by Ralph Lauren along with a number of luxurious private villas.
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After reuniting in Jamaica, Harry and Meghan reportedly settled into one of the resort's luxury villas, and we're sure they wouldn't have been disappointed by what was on offer! Each of the 27 villas is custom-designed with stunning ocean views, and has anywhere between four to six bedrooms.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Montego Bay
Assuming the couple stayed in the resort's Premium Luxury Villas, Harry and Meghan would have been able to enjoy two private swimming pools, open-air living spaces and a games room with a pool table and bar games, not to mention their own mahogany-lined library. Each villa also comes with on-site housekeeping staff, along with freshly made-to-order breakfast on the terrace each morning. Talk about romantic!
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While there would have been little incentive for the couple to leave their villa, there are also lots of amenities on offer at the resort including an infinity pool, private beach and a luxury spa. Yoga devotee Meghan would also have been able to participate in Round Hill's yoga classes, which take place on a wooden terrace overlooking the sea.
The couple would have enjoyed views like this from their luxury villa
However it is the wedding packages that explain why Harry's friends chose Round Hill as the venue for their nuptials. According to the hotel's website, they can host up to 200 guests for each wedding, with the couple given the choice of multiple locations for their ceremony. Whether on "a sun-kissed beach, a sprawling green lawn by the sea, or an elevated terrace with panoramic views", it would offer a truly idyllic venue to say "I do".
The Jamaican resort is well-accustomed to hosting high profile and royal guests; past visitors are said to include Grace Kelly, Pierce Brosnan and Prince Michael of Kent. Meanwhile John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy spent their honeymoon at the hotel.
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