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Confirmed: Prince Harry and Meghan spend the night on idyllic Fiji private island - all the details

The couple are believed to have left their base in Suva

Chloe Best

Prince Harry and Meghan certainly enjoyed some downtime on their final night in Fiji! The royal couple, who arrived in Tonga on Thursday as their royal tour continues, are confimed to have spent the night at a private island hideaway after their busy day of engagements – many of which they carried out separately.

HELLO! can reveal the couple flew out of Suva on Wednesday afternoon and stayed at an exclusive private island resort - the ultra-luxurious Vatuvara Private Island resort, on Kaibu, which is a short flight east from Suva. A royal source said they were "hosted privately" for the night, our royal editor Emily Nash has revealed. 

Prince Harry and Meghan are believed to be staying at a private island in Fiji

The stunning resort has just three all-inclusive private villas on the 800-acre island, accessible only via the resort's private aircraft - offering Harry and Meghan the utmost privacy and luxury after a busy week on their royal tour. Each villa has an infinity edge pool surrounded by lush tropical landscaping and aromatic flowers, a personal masseuse and sweeping views of neighbouring islands. Wow!

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Emily wrote on Twitter: "Fiji’s tourism minister Faiyaz Kota, said the royal visit was 'tremendous', adding: 'Vatuvara is one of those islands you will not forget. It showcases the Fijian spirit and what we have as Fijian people. It’s absolutely beautiful. Stunning. They would have enjoyed themselves.'" 

The couple previously stayed at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva

She added: "Harry and Meghan may have opted for a South Pacific private island picnic on a nearby uninhabited island, or enjoyed the resort’s organic four-hole golf course, yoga or gourmet cooking classes. Or they might have just blissed out...!"

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However, the Duke and Duchess won't have had long to enjoy their surroundings, since they set off for another busy day on Thursday morning - leaving first for their final engagement in Fiji, before flying to Tonga. The couple will spend one night on the island before returning to Sydney, where their tour began.

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