Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have just revealed their post-wedding plans! The future royal couple will be embarking on an international tour which will include Sydney, Australia for the 2018 Invictus Olympic Games.
The Invictus Games is the Prince's annual championship game for the wounded veterans. For the 2018 games, more than 400 veterans will compete to obtain one of the 72 spots on the team. The couple was pictured attending the athletes taking part in the U.K. Team Trials for the upcoming games on Friday in Bath.
This would mark Markle's first time visiting Australia as she has never been there before. The couple may also be visiting Canada during the international tour.
"Canada is on the cards. There's a lot of talk at a high-up level and among the powers that be that it will be the first country the couple visit," a source stated.
The source also stated that Markle and the Prince may spend some time in the United States, where majority of the former actress' family and friends reside.
"Meghan wants to take Harry home once they are married on a formal tour. It's her home and she would love to go there with Harry after the wedding," the source continued.
The Wedding Of The Year
Markle and Prince Harry are five weeks away from walking down the aisle in what will surely be the wedding of the year! The couple will be exchanging vows at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018. Markle has already been baptized in the preparation for the ceremony and will be a British citizen.
Prince Harry proposed to Markle on Nov. 29, 2017 after dating her for about a year. The couple reportedly began their relationship in June 2016. After keeping their romance private, the former actress declared her love for the royal in an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair in September 2017. At the time, Markle was a series regular on the popular show, Suits. Markle portrayed the character Rachel Zane for seven seasons.
It was announced prior to her engagement that she would be leaving the show after its seventh season. Following the announcement of her engagement, Markle deleted her social media account and officially retired from acting.
The couple will live in Nottingham Castle on the grounds of the Kensington Palace.