"Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex looked absolutely handsome on her wedding day and I have the utmost admiration and respect for her".
"Now I pray that Harry and Meghan can go on a nice honeymoon and rest and relax, and all of my relatives will just shut up about everything", he said.
Meghan's father did not attend the royal wedding earlier this month after reportedly having stents implanted in his blood vessels following a heart attack a week prior.
Essentially, plenty of people could be looking to exploit the royals and profit from it. The latest to bring back all the feels of last Saturday is the story of how Meghan put her acting and writing skills to use and brought everyone to tears with a poem for her new husband.
A trip to Australia and New Zealand is on the cards for later this year as well.
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The property, known as WestfieldLarge, is situated on the Great Tew Estate, just a stone's throw from popular members club Soho Farmhouse.
Mr Lumbomirski was the man behind the stunning official portraits that were released by the Palace and said that capturing Harry and Meghan required no work at all.
'They recently had security cameras installed around the perimeter'. For their post-wedding escape, the site adds, the couple will be staying at the lodge's 6,000-square-foot Outlook Cabin-which, fittingly, has been dubbed the Royal Retreat.
Amidst rumours, it's believed that Meghan and Harry are heading to Alberta, Canada's Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.
Harry and Meghan requested fans and wellwishers give to charity instead of giving gifts. Hours after exchanging vows in front of 600 guests at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on May 19, the couple and 200 of their close friends and family members headed to the nearby country house for their private reception.
Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, asked, "Harry, will you take Meghan to be your wife?"