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Are Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Planning An Irish Mini-Moon?

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Following the extravagant celebrations of the royal wedding on May 19th, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be headed to Dublin for a mini-moon that’ll also include a series of official engagements.

A new report in the Irish Independent suggests that the couple will make their first trip aboard as a married couple to the Irish capital, where they are rumoured to be spending two days. ‘It will possibly be the first foreign trip after their wedding,’ a source told the paper. So far, little is known about the planned visit, which is yet to be confirmed by Kensington Palace.

Similarly, the location for Harry and Meghan’s official honeymoon is yet to be revealed, though Botswana, where the couple celebrated their first anniversary, has been touted as a potential option in various reports. What we do know, however, is that the pair will make a fleeting trip to the Greek island of Zayknthos ahead of tying the knot, after enthusiastic hotelier Spiros Lougaris, owner of Hotel Castelli, shared the news on Facebook.

‘We have just been informed that His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales (familiarly known and loved as Prince Harry) and Meghan Markle will be arriving in Zakynthos on a ONE DAY stopover of a trip in early May PRIOR to their wedding,’ he wrote, before revealing that the couple had already arranged a personal guide for the brief visit.

‘It is an enormous pleasure and honour for the whole island and of course for our friend Maria Drogitis that will be their personal guide, the Municipality stakeholders and all residents and visitors, that share the same enthusiasm for our beautiful island of Zakynthos!’ he wrote. (Kensington Palace is yet to comment upon the news).

For their 2011 honeymoon, Prince William and Kate Middleton holidayed on the privately owned North Island in the Seychelles, renting a luxurious villa crafted from recycled and natural materials

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