Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's much-anticipated honeymoon destination has been reportedly revealed.
The newly-married Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel to Alberta, Canada for their post-wedding holiday, reports TMZ.
They will stay at the luxurious 6000 square foot Outlook Cabin in Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, which boasts six bedrooms, enclosed verandas and a "majestic" stone fireplace, according to the resort's website.
TMZ reports that the lodge has ordered "gear and goodies it doesn't normally keep on hand" for its two world-famous guests.
Both British and Canadian security will be employed to keep the couple safe during their romantic getaway.
The Outlook Cabin is already known as the 'Royal Retreat' for its litany of previous guests from the monarchy.
King George and his wife, the Queen mother Elizabeth, visited the cabin in 1939, while Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip stayed there in 2005.
Celebrities such as Bill Gates and John Travolta have also been known to stay at the Outlook Cabin on their Alberta vacations.
Express reports that before they head to Canada, Harry and Meghan are planning on a quick 'mini-moon' in Ireland, a country which Meghan has visited before but Harry has not.