About The Tour
As mentioned in The New York Times Dec 24, 2017
Harry & Meghan’s upcoming marriage is making history in more ways than one! Follow their story through the London locations that provided the setting for their romance, and the venues they will no doubt be frequenting, once settled in Kensington.
Your expert tour guide will take you through the fashionable Mayfair district, where Harry and Meghan’s romance began. You’ll see Harry’s old haunts, from his nightclub days, and the more ‘grown up’ private members’ clubs like the one where the couple shared their first date.
As Meghan’s Instagram will tell you, she’s a ‘foodie’, (just like her character on Suits!); and has even dropped clues about her favourite London hang outs, you will see the on-trend Royal hotspots that are likely to take her fancy…
Drive down Shaftesbury Avenue, London’s theatre hub. Meghan might be giving up her day job, but the couple have been seen to enjoy a night out together on the West End.
Then onto the shops! As a Hollywood A-lister Meghan is no stranger to luxury brands, but perhaps her favourite shop, could be the low-key Kensington flower market. As you drive past Buckingham Palace, have your guide show you the Royal Jeweller that Harry took his carefully chosen stones to be crafted into Meghan’s engagement ring. This traditional gold and silversmiths has long been a Royal favourite creating bespoke items from insignia to table pieces to objets d’art!
No Royal shopping tour would be complete without a stop at Fortnum’s. Meghan’s first meeting with the Queen was over afternoon tea and at the Piccadilly store, you can find all the right items to create your own Royal experience.
Finally visit Kensington Palace. Already home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan and Harry will settle here at Nottingham Cottage next year.
Alternatively, explore Meghan and Harry's story on a trip outside London. Visit Windsor Castle, the Queen’s favourite residence. Here you can visit St George’s Chapel, where the couple will be married in May 2018. A more low-key venue than his brother William’s wedding, but one will personal memories – Prince Harry was Christened here in 1984.
From here, you travel past Eton where the Princes William and Harry both went to school, along with many of Britain's Prime Ministers.
In a day you can visit Sandringham, the Royal’s Norfolk estate, a favourite amongst the Windsors, they traditionally spend Christmas here. The Queen is rumoured to be breaking tradition by including Meghan in this years festivities – an invite that until now has been reserved for spouses only!
The prices below are for touring in London. Please contact us for touring outside London.