Before they become parents to the world’s most photographed newborn, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went on a romantic getaway that has people freaking out over the price tag.
The couple stayed in the most expensive room at the five-stare Heckfield Place estate located in the English countryside. According to The Sun, the couple enjoyed cozy fire-side dinners in their room, romantic strolls along the grounds, and your basic all-around royal pampering.
Via The Sun:
It is not known if they were charged full price at the hotel, which has a spa and cinema and is owned by US billionaire Gerald Chan.
But the bill, including £350-a-night rooms for three protection officers, could have topped £33,000.
That’s about $43,000.
Kensington Palace declined to comment.
The Sun reports that the expectant parents stayed three nights at the luxurious Long Room, which is a private apartment complete with its own dining room and private terraces. A single night will cost you £10,000 ($13,000).
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Long Room Heckfield’s finest space; a private apartment with vaulted ceilings, sitting and dining room, private terrace and balcony with breathtaking views of the lakes, gardens and surrounding countryside. Breakfast on a private terrace at sunrise; an afternoon with a good book curled up in a window seat; supper with friends as the log fire crackles. Make Heckfield your own in the relaxed splendour of the Long Room. #heckfieldplace #hampshire
The Sun quotes a friend as saying, “Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her.”