Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently got back from their honeymoon, and the one thing everyone wanted to know was, where did they go? Unfortunately for us, the tight-lipped royals weren't telling, leaving conflicting reports that claimed they'd jet-setted to wildly different continents. Now, it looks like those who predicted they would vacation in Africa got it right the first time. On Wednesday, a new source told E! News that the newlyweds visited more than two unspecified countries in East Africa. There, they embarked on safaris and miscellaneous "outdoor adventures" and also soaked up the sun, E! News reported.
"It was the perfect break and blend of their passions," the source told E! News. "Restorative and the perfect holiday before starting a very busy second half of 2018."
Previously, TMZ reported that the couple had had their honeymoon in Alberta, Canada. The outlet's sources claimed they stayed at the 6,000 square foot Outlook Cabin at Jasper National Park's Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, a resort apparently popular with other royals and celebrities. Shortly after, a resort spokesperson denied the rumors. вЂњThough Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge has a longstanding history of serving as a royal retreat, we can confirm that the couple is not currently booked for a stay," the spokesperson said, according to Canada's National Post.
A week later, rumors began circulating that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had gone to Ashford Castle on the shores of Lough Corrib in Ireland, ET Canada reported. According to the outlet, these rumors began after people were turned away from the castle and noticed increased security.
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Now, of course, it looks like that was just speculation. Originally, the Daily Mail and the Daily Express claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would be going to Namibia. While the country lies in the southwest region of Africa, and not the east, it looks like they were at least closer than the Canada/Ireland rumors. Of course, there's always a chance that this latest report may turn out to be wrong again. Guess we'll never know!