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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle escaped for a lavish three-night L33,000 'babymoon' at a Hampshire hotel. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, reportedly stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire. The 18th century Georgian mansion has become a favourite among celebrities with guests including Liv Tyler and Cara and Poppy Delevingne staying there while attending Princess Eugenie's wedding in nearby Windsor in October. The expectant couple booked out the most expensive apartment called 'The Long Room' - which for L10,000-a-night comes with its own dining room, private terraces and 400 acres of countryside views. The pair reportedly went for walks in their wellies and chose to eat alone in their room, avoiding the two in-house restaurants run by Michelin-starred Vogue food editor and restaurateur, Skye Gyngell. The ultra-posh hotel even has its own private cinema featuring luxurious leather armchairs. Owned by Hong Kong-born American 'invisible billionaire' Gerald Chan, Heckfield Place also boasts its own Bodyism fitness studio, with a range of classes on offer - ideal for yoga lover Meghan. The pair have moved into Frogmore Cottage after workers have spent months renovating the property. Meghan, 37, is set to give birth towards the end of this month and will enjoy a slower pace of life away from cameras in their new home in the countryside. A friend claimed:" 'Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her." The cheapest room in the hotel costs L300-a-night, while the most expensive - the Long Room - is L10,000. *****