Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are reportedly expecting their first child at the end of the month, had a four-day “babymoon” at the luxe countryside hotel Heckfield Place in Hampshire, according to royal correspondent Emily Andrews of The Sun.
The couple stayed in the Long Room, a £10,000-a-night residence that includes an outdoor terrace, working fireplaces, a personal butler, and more amenities.
The low-key getaway took place before the couple moved into their new permanent residence at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoyed some pre-baby relaxation with a four-day stay at a five-star luxury hotel before moving into their new home at Frogmore Cottage, reports Emily Andrews, royal correspondent of The Sun. The couple’s “babymoon” took place just weeks before they welcome their first child together, who is reportedly due at the end of the month.
Harry and Meghan stayed at Heckfield Place, a secluded yet decadent countryside hotel in Hampshire that boasts outdoor amenities like gardens, a spa, organic farms, and woodlands for exploring, according to its website.
Andrews reports that the Susssexes stayed at the Long Room, a secluded residence that costs £10,000 (about $13,000) a night and includes an outdoor dining terrace, separate sitting and dining rooms, working fireplaces, a private guest room, and a personal butler. (Yes, really.)
As expected, there are no public photos from the couple’s private getaway, but pictures from Heckfield Place’s Instagram give us an idea of how gorgeous their trip must’ve been.
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Long Room Heckfield’s finest space; a private apartment with vaulted ceilings, sitting and dining room, private terrace and balcony with breathtaking views of the lakes, gardens and surrounding countryside. Breakfast on a private terrace at sunrise; an afternoon with a good book curled up in a window seat; supper with friends as the log fire crackles. Make Heckfield your own in the relaxed splendour of the Long Room. #heckfieldplace #hampshire
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“We have a bespoke scent, it’s lovely, earthy and fitting – but quite unusual. It’s very important that you maintain the smell because the nerves have a very good memory, so when you encounter that smell again, you will be reminded about the experience that you had there. It will be used in diffusers in the rooms and on towels. It’s an essential oil.”—Rosamond Freeman-Attwood, Little Bothy Spa Consultant #winterwellness #wellbeing #madebymany #bothy #heckfieldplace #hampshire
Now that their mini-vacation is over, Harry and Meghan are settled into their new home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. The couple previously lived in Kensington Palace’s Nottingham Cottage in London, where they were neighbors with Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their children.
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