Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aren't even married yet, and already royal couple fans the world over are wondering where they'll have their honeymoon. Not that we blame them—May 19 is basically the biggest holiday of 2018 (that's including Christmas and New Year's Eve), so where the jet-setting newlyweds will unwind afterward will easily become one of the hottest destinations, as well.
Back in February, Brides asked travel expert Brian Kelly for his predictions on the royal lovebirds' post-nuptial destination, and he said he thought Rwanda could be a serious contender, but that Botswana (where the pair vacationed last year and where Markle's center engagement diamond is from) might also have a chance. Now, a couple of British tabloids are saying they know the exact location of the royal honeymoon, and while it's still in Africa, it's a country farther southwest: Namibia.
Over the weekend, both the Daily Mail and the Daily Express claimed that Markle and Prince Harry would be going on a huge adventure in the southwestern country, which boasts some of the largest sand dunes on the planet, the deepest canyon in the continent, and is the second least densely populated country in the world. Perfect, in other words, for the couple whose "first concern is most likely their privacy" and would choose an "off-the-beaten-path destination," Kelly said in February.
Both tabloids claim the couple will be turning to luxury lodge company Natural Selection to organize the trip. The couple was reportedly advised to keep moving from lodge to lodge to keep their location up in the air, both tabloids reported. The tabloids also claimed that one of these could end up being the £500-a-night (or $711-a-night) Hoanib Valley Camp, which is a four-hour drive from the nearest town. Although Natural Selection declined to comment to the Daily Mail, the publication noted that the Hoanib Valley Camp is slated to complete construction in May, which would be too perfect of a coincidence (or a sneaky marketing ploy).
The royal couple has yet to comment on where they'll be honeymooning (and understandably so), but wherever it is, it's bound to be an adventure. In the meantime, bask in the knowledge that the duo will be making a short detour to Greece before the wedding for a lavish pre-honeymoon.