Following recent speculation over where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the night before their wedding, it has been confirmed that the bride and groom will follow tradition and stay apart.
Kensington Palace has announced that Harry and Markle will stay at separate hotels in the Windsor area on Friday evening.
Prince Harry will stay at the Dorchester Collection's Coworth Park, a five-star country house in Ascot, where room rates start at £318 (Dhs1,580). He will be joined at the luxury hotel by his best man, the Duke of Cambridge.
Meanwhile, Markle will stay at Cliveden House Hotel, on The National Trust's Cliveden Estate in Berkshire. She will be joined by her mother, Doria Ragland, who will accompany her daughter to the ceremony.
Loved for its impressive landscaped gardens, there's no doubt that Cliveden House is a stunning place to stay (and an Instagram-lovers dream!). Classic rooms cost £525 (Dhs2,610) a night on weekends during the summer months, with eight further room categories, including hot tub rooms and suites, also available. However, Markle and her mum could choose to stay in the more private Spring Cottage, a three bedroom cottage hidden next to the banks of the River Thames on the estate.
As well as being known for its incredible spa, Cliveden also has long-running connections to royalty. It was once the home of Prince Frederick of Wales and it was later visited by Queen Victoria.
In the first half of the 20th century, it was lived in by the American businessman, William Waldorf Astor and his wife Nancy, who entertained the likes of Winston Churchill and George Bernard Shaw, according to The National Trust.
The news of the hotels comes after Kensington Palace shared details of the food that will be served at the wedding reception in St George's Hall. In a break with tradition, the couple have chosen not to hold a sit-down wedding breakfast.
Instead, it's understood that canapés and bowl food will be served to the 600 guests, with ingredients being sourced locally from the Crown Estate.
Anyone else fancy a last-minute hotel booking in the countryside?