Now, Kensington Palace has revealed where the bride and groom will be staying — separately, of course — the night before their wedding.
Coworth Park — part of the Dorchester Collection hotel group — is a five-star luxury hotel with acres of surrounding land.
Prince Harry is familiar with the hotel, as he and his brother play polo on its grounds for the Audi Polo Challenge each year.
Markle has visited the hotel too, watching her groom play during the tournament in the early days of their relationship in May 2017.
The grounds are roughly 8.2 miles from Windsor Castle, meaning the groom will have to make around a 20-minute drive to his wedding venue on the morning of May 19.
One night’s sleep in Coworth Park’s cheapest room costs £372 (about $500), while its top-tier lodgings, the Mansion House Premium Suite (fit for a prince, no doubt), will set you back a cool £1,749 ($2,354) per night.
It will come as no surprise that there’s no availability at the hotel on the night before the wedding, so royal fans looking to get a first glimpse of Prince Harry in his military attire will be out of luck.
Markle, accompanied by her mother, Doria Ragland, will be staying at Cliveden House Hotel, roughly 36 miles from where Prince Harry will be.
Cliveden is a five-star country house hotel in Berkshire near London, and it’s roughly nine miles from Windsor (25 minutes or so in the car).
Cliveden boasts award-winning restaurants and a spa, where the bride and her mom will no doubt get in some pampering time before the big day.
The hotel’s club rooms start at £445 ($599) per night, and rise steadily to the hotel’s most expensive rooms, the Mansion House Suites, which cost £1,535 ($2,066) per night.
Cliveden House Hotel is where Markle is expected to have her hair and makeup done on the morning of the wedding, and it’s where she’ll get changed into that hotly anticipated wedding dress.
We can already hear the press setting up camp on the hotel grounds, hoping to get a first picture of her emerging…
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