35 Pair could visit where it all be­gan

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - - NEWS - ELLEN WHIN­NETT

THE guess­ing game has be­gun as royal watch­ers try to work out where Princess Eu­ge­nie and Jack Brooks­bank will spend their hon­ey­moon.

The well-trav­elled new­ly­weds (be­low) have al­ready ex­plored much of Europe and were en­gaged in Nicaragua, in Cen­tral Amer­ica, in Jan­uary.

Some say they might re­turn to Ver­bier, the Swiss ski re­sort where they met eight years ago.

Jack was 24 and hol­i­day­ing with friends at the re­sort much loved by celebri­ties and roy­als, while Princess Eu­ge­nie, then 20, was cel­e­brat­ing dad Prince An­drew’s 50th birth­day.

An­other op­tion is bil­lion­aire Richard Bran­son’s pri­vate Necker Is­land in the Caribbean.

Eu­ge­nie is friends with Bran­son’s daugh­ter Holly, who at­tended the wed­ding with her brother Sam.

Prince Wil­liam and Prince Harry have been there be­fore, al­beit as chil­dren with their mother Princess Diana.

They may also keep their des­ti­na­tion a to­tal se­cret like Prince Harry and Meghan, who have never re­vealed the lo­ca­tion of their hon­ey­moon a few days af­ter their wed­ding.

Eu­ge­nie’s cousin Prince Wil­liam and his bride Cather­ine vis­ited the Sey­chelles in the In­dian Ocean for their hon­ey­moon in 2011, stay­ing at the ex­clu­sive $10,000 a night North Isla Is­land re­sort.

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