Where will they be going on their honeymoon?
Once Prince Harry and Meghan exchange their vows and get the receptions over with, the newlyweds will jet off on their honeymoon.
There are a few destinations that the couple could choose from, but which one will be the perfect getaway?
Africa is a strong contender in potential honeymoon destinations Harry and Meghan might choose.
Namibia in South Africa has been tipped as a possible honeymoon spot for the lovers.
According to a Travel + Leisure source, Prince Harry and Meghan will be staying at the country’s luxury camp, Natural Selection’s Hoanib Valley Camp.
It would be the perfect place of tranquillity for the couple as it’s one of the least densely populated countries in the world.
In Namibia, the couple would be able to enjoy a variety of safari tours and they could also check out the Sossusvlei sand dunes.
Botswana is the destination where the couple spent time camping under the stars in the early days of their relationship.
Meghan’s engagement ring was even custom-made using a stone from Botswana in the center, so it’s a sentimental destination for the couple.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 19 January 2017
Botswana is close to Harry’s heart as he is the royal patron of the Rhino Conservation Botswana.
North Island, Seychelles
Harry may copy his older brother’s honeymoon destination choice and book out North Island, a £5,000-a-night private island where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge honeymooned in 2011.
Barbados could be another likely option seeing as Prince Harry is a huge fan of the Caribbean country.
He has visited Barbados several times and celebrated the country’s 50th Anniversary of Independence in 2016.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 2 December 2016
And Meghan is bound to like the thought of a Caribbean getaway, who wouldn’t?
What’s next for the royal couple?
After they officially become husband and wife, what will Prince Harry and Meghan’s postnuptial life entail?
Many are speculating it won’t take long before the couple start a family.
In their post-engagement interview with BBC News, the pair opened up about the possibility of having children in the future.
Mishal Husain asked the couple: “Children?” to which Harry cheekily replied: “Not currently, no.”
After Harry and Meghan shared a chuckle, he added: “One step at a time and hopefully we’ll start a family in the near future.”
Royal expert Katie Nicholl, who wrote the book Harry: Life, Loss and Love, told Entertainment Tonight: “My sources are saying that Prince Harry, particularly, is very keen to start a family, pretty soon after the royal wedding. He’s made no secret about wanting children.”
Nicholl claims Meghan is “very doting with children” and “very maternal and she was thrilled to meet George and Charlotte [The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children].”
If the couple choose to have children, they will be lords and ladies, not princes and princesses.