Royal Wedding: Source reveals where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are honeymooning

It seems that Africa has a special place in both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's hearts.

It's where the royal has spent countless hours raising money for AIDS research with his charity Sentebale and where Meghan has volunteered with World Vision Canada. It's where Harry and Meghan spent date number three (!) during a three-week vacation, and where Harry sourced the diamonds for Meghan's engagement ring.

Let's not get competitive, but it's also where the Duke of Cambridge popped the question to now-wife Kate Middleton.

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It's also where the royal family escaped to following the death of Princess Diana.

"I first came [to Africa] in 1997, straight after my mum died. My dad told my brother and me to pack our bags — we were going to Africa to get away from it all," Prince Harry said in a Town & Country interview last year.

"This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world. I wish I could spend more time in Africa. I have this intense sense of complete relaxation and normality here," he continued. So it only made sense that Prince Harry and his new bride will return to the place that means so much to them.

According to Travel + Leisure, the newlyweds will spend their honeymoon in Namibia. It's rumored that Harry and Meghan will stay at the Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury conservation camp expected to cost almost $700 per person a night and gives the couple has the opportunity to track endangered rhinos, elephants and giraffes.

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