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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Squeezed in a Romantic Trip Before Their Baby's Arrival

The royal couple's babymoon spot was just 45 minutes from their new home.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are making the most of their final weeks as a twosome.

 

The royal couple is rumored to have squeezed in a mini-babymoon before welcoming their first child, who is set to arrive in the coming weeks.

 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were said to have spent three nights at Heckfield Place, a five-star hotel located just a 45-minute drive from their new home, Windsor Castle's Frogmore Cottage.

 

The country escape is a nature lover's dream, complete with organic farms and woodlands to explore. There's also a wellness spa as well as three studios for personal training, pilates and yoga—one of Meghan's favorite activities.

 

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Meghan and Harry reportedly stayed in the Long Room, a £10,000-per-night (about $13,000) private apartment that includes an outdoor terrace, fireplaces and a personal butler.

 

"Heckfield's finest space; a private apartment with vaulted ceilings, sitting and dining room, private terrace and balcony with breathtaking views of the lakes, gardens and surrounding countryside," it's described by the hotel. "Breakfast on a private terrace at sunrise; an afternoon with a good book curled up in a window seat; supper with friends as the log fire crackles. Make Heckfield your own in the relaxed splendour of the Long Room."

 

Baby Sussex is already very well traveled! The announcement that Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, were expecting came as they kicked off their royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in October.

 

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Meghan also made a trip to New York City in February, where her close friends gathered to celebrate her pregnancy with a baby shower, before the couple embarked on a three-day visit to Morocco.

 

The expectant couple kept close during their visit to a boarding school for girls in the Atlas Mountains, holding hands and sharing several sweet moments during their busy engagement. At one point, Meghan sweetly rested her head on Harry's shoulder as he flashed a big smile.

 

"This is a very happy time for Meghan and Harry," a source previously told PEOPLE. "This baby has brought them even closer."

 

This story originally appeared on People.com by Stephanie Petit.