PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the night be­fore their wed­ding apart, with the pair bunk­ing down in two of the most glam­orous ho­tels in ru­ral Eng­land be­fore to­mor­row’s nup­tials.

Harry and his best man, and older brother, Prince Wil­liam, will move into Coworth Park, near Wind­sor, while Markle and her mother, Do­ria Ragland, will spend the night a 35-minute drive away at an­other lux­ury ho­tel, Clive­den House at As­cot.

Owned by the Sul­tan of Brunei, Coworth Park has its own polo academy. Markle and Harry were snapped steal­ing a kiss there in May last year.

Clive­den House is an Ital­ianate man­sion on the River Thames. The five-star ho­tel was built in 1666 as a gift from the sec­ond Duke of Buck­ing­ham to his mis­tress.

It has a fa­mous pool and out­door spas, wide lawns, elab­o­rate foun­tains, stun­ning gar­dens, a maze, water gar­den and is set on a Na­tional Trust es­tate.

Clive­den House is famed for its role in the Pro­fumo af­fair, as the place where 19year-old Chris­tine Keeler first caught the eye of John Pro­fumo as she swam in the out­door pool.

Clive­den House

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