Even though they’re royals with a commitment-filled schedule, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle managed to sneak in a two-week honeymoon vacation after their wedding celebration.
The royal wedding took place on May 19, but the couple had to wait some days before they could travel. According to People Magazine, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had to stay in London until May 22, so they could celebrate Prince Charles’ 70th birthday. The couple made their official debut during this event, which was held at the gardens in Kensington Palace. Meghan wore a peach outfit that people loved, and Prince Harry gave a sweet speech about his father, while he was relentlessly taunted by a bee.
Very funny moment as The Duke of Sussex, watched by his new bride, gets bombed by bumblebee as he gives a warm and witty speech to mark Prince Charles’s 70th birthday pic.twitter.com/HTOeZzIJmr
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) May 22, 2018
All rumors suggest that the couple left after Prince Charles’ party, even though their destination hasn’t been discovered. While most believe that they traveled to Canada, the resort where they were rumored to have stayed denied hosting them.
Other places that the couple could have traveled to include Namibia, South Africa, and Ireland. So, in conclusion, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle covered their tracks well and no one knows a thing.