Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Change Honeymoon Plans Due to Safety Concerns

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"When the vows were happening, they would cheer, and we could hear them", she said.

As Duchess of Sussex, Meghan will now undertake royal duties in support of Queen Elizabeth II.

Further, ahead of her grandson's big day, the 92-year-old monarch offered her approval for Harry to Wednesday Meghan, as he was required formal permission to marry under the Succession to the Crown Act.

Official guidelines on the royal.uk website state, 'Gifts offered by private individuals living in the United Kingdom not personally known to the Member of the Royal Family should be refused where there are concerns about the propriety or motives of the donor or the gift itself'. Which patronages Meghan will undertake has yet to be announced, but a royal insider told People this week that Meghan's "not going to want to be a quiet princess and simply open hospitals or cut ribbons".

She added that Prince Harry apparently stuck to tradition, and called the doting dad to ask his permission to tie the knot with his Suits actress daughter.

The cabin is 6,000 square feet in the heart of the Jasper National Park and TMZ cited sources saying officials are already stocking up for the visit, which will include British and Canadian security.

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Honeymoon planning is underway! Outlook Cabin, aka "The Royal Retreat".

It was reported Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would honeymoon in Botswana, after the couple enjoyed their first vacation together in the African nation.

TMZ reports that the resort has ordered "gear and goodies" that aren't normally on location for the royal couple.

Early reports had also indicated that Harry and Meghan could be honeymooning in Namibia, but we'd only really know when the couple sets off.

According to royal tradition, should the Duke and Duchess choose to have children, they actually won't be princes and princesses like Prince William and Kate Middleton's children.

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