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Meghan and Harry said to be heading to 6,000 sq ft lodge dubbed ‘The Royal Retreat’ in Canada

  • The potential honeymoon destination is Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Canada
  • The claims haven’t been verified but the the Outlook Cabin is popular with royals
  • Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip visited ‘The Royal Retreat’ back in June 2005

The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly picked their honeymoon destination – and its a royal paradise in Canada.

Apparently, they will be going to Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Canada and will be staying at the 6,000 sq ft Outlook Cabin which has been dubbed ‘The Royal Retreat’.

Royal officials have yet to confirm if the claims are true, which come after Harry and Meghan had previously said they would postpone their honeymoon.

The new Duke and Duchess have apparently picked a lodge in Canada as the destination for their honeymoon

According to TMZ, the new Duke and Duchess are heading to the spot which has been frequented by royals before.

King George VI and the Queen Mother stayed there in 1939 and Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip also visited in June 2005.

Other famous names who have visited the spot include Anthony Hopkins, John Travolta and Bill Gates.

The destination, which has yet to be confirmed, has been dubbed 'The Royal Retreat' and has hosted King George VI and the Queen Mother, as well as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

The destination, which has yet to be confirmed, has been dubbed ‘The Royal Retreat’ and has hosted King George VI and the Queen Mother, as well as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

TMZ sources claim that the resort has ordered special gear and other items to prepare for the arrival of the royal couple.

However, the claims have yet to be confirmed. 

The new Duke and Duchess opted to postpone their honeymoon immediately after their wedding.

They instead appeared at Prince Charles’s 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration in the gardens of Buckingham Palace. 

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