Royal Wedding Travel

Whether you want to watch it close to home, head across the pond or simply travel like the princess you’re meant to be, these tips will help you live your best Royal-like life.

Whether you’re a Royal Wedding watcher, or just enjoying the fashion/international travel and culinary treats that the media storm around it brings, there’s little chance you haven’t heard that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to tie the knot.

The wedding scheduled for May 19th has everyone from caterers to travel planners buzzing.

And there are plenty of ways for you to get in on the fun.

I’ve gathered a few below:

Royal Wedding Travel | The Honeymoon Contenders

On my recent visit to The Social on CTV I shared some of the spots that could be in contention for the Royal Honeymoon. These destinations are stunning but they’re also open to the public and as close as a click.

Royal Wedding Travel | Canadian Connections

The Fairmont Hotels & Resorts around the world are planning to celebrate the May 19th wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with guests at its luxurious hotels around the world. Hotels in Toronto and New York feel a particular connection to Ms. Markle. On her drama SUITS, Markle’s character dreamed of a wedding at The Plaza, a Fairmont Managed Hotel in New York  and the scene was actually filmed at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto. Both properties will offer options for watching the Royal Wedding live on the big day.   Prince Harry also has another Canadian Fairmont hotel connection:  The Fairmont Château Laurier, in Ottawa has played host to many royal figures including his mother, the late Princess Diana.

Royal Wedding Travel | Royal Training

In celebration of the upcoming nuptials between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19, The Kensington has launched a series of Royal-inspired Masterclasses. Thanks to its prime location in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, just a stone’s throw away from Kensington Palace, The Kensington is the perfect place to kick off the royal revelries. Each of the three masterclasses – Hostess training, Calligraphy lessons and how to set up a home – inspired by Meghan and her new role in the Palace. The bonus: Each is accompanied by Champagne and canapés. The Royal Masterclasses at The Kensington take place on select dates in April and May and run from 7pm – 8:30pm. Prices start at £35.00 per person. To book, click here.

Royal Wedding Travel | Royally Spoiled Kids

Royal Wedding - Royally Spoiled

Ready to give your kids the royal treatment? In my recent piece for The Globe and Mail I share a few of the destinations around the Globe that will happily pamper your kids on your next vacation. You can read the story here.

Royal Wedding Travel | Travel like a Royal

On Cox & King’s Royal Heritage by Rail  guests travel in style through London, York, and Edinburgh. Between peeks at royal residences of Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace, they’ll get a sense of all the pomp and circumstance of the bygone era. Prefer your history more fictional?  Downton Abbey fans will enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at Castle Howard, which has been in the same family for 300 years. A longer, eight-day itinerary adds stops in Wales – including visits to the 16th-century Chester Cathedral.


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