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Royals may face THIS if the honeymoon rumours are true

Cheryl Santa Maria
Digital Reporter

Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 11:34 AM - A recent report from TMZ says that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be choosing Alberta's Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge for their honeymoon destination. If the rumour is true and if the newlyweds are already on their way, let's hope they packed some warmer clothes.

In true "spring in Canada" fashion, a SNOWFALL warning was issued for Jasper National Park with up to 15 cm of snow possible through Thursday. 

"Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions," said Environment Canada in the warning, which has since been dropped. "Rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult over some locations."

Yikes! It may be a frostier escape than the royals were hoping for. 

According to TMZ, the couple could be staying at the lodge's 6,000 sq. ft. Outlook Cabin at the Jasper resort.

TMZ says the resort has apparently ordered some "gear and goodies" it doesn't usually carry in advance of the royal newlyweds.

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But it's unclear when, or if, the royals are arriving. Kensington Palace has yet to release a statement. If the newly-minted Duke and Duchess have travel plans that take them into Alberta during the summer, they'll need to pack both their sunscreen and umbrellas, with the province looking at above-average heat and an active thunderstorm season in the mountains.

This wouldn't be the first time royals have visited this Canadian piece of paradise.

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth stayed there during a royal tour in 1939, and the current Queen and Prince Philip were there in 2005.



Source: TMZ

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