That being said, they've also been working on the country home.
We hear 29 million viewers tuned in to watch the royal wedding and naturally so, all eyes are now set on the honeymoon. A never-before-seen framed photograph of the two now rests on a side table inside a room at the palace, one of two places where Queen Elizabeth II resides.
The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly made a series of anxious phone calls to her 73-year-old father after he backed out of walking her down the aisle at last minute to recover from a heart operation.
However, there are reports that both British and Canadian security will be involved when they do. According to the outlet, the WestfieldLarge home is on the Great Tew Estate in the Cotswolds, which is approximately 90 minutes outside of London, England.
In a photo taken on Wednesday of the queen and Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, eagle-eyed viewers noticed a previously unseen photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the background on a table.
According to TMZ, Harry and Meghan will honeymoon at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Jasper, Alberta and stay in the 6,000 square-foot Outlook Cabin, which is dubbed a "royal retreat" and costs $8,850 a night.
"[The Royal Retreat] was recreated from the floor plans of the 1930 original, which was destroyed by fire in 2000", reads the official website's description of the cabin.
TMZ reports that the resort has ordered "gear and goodies" that aren't normally on location for the royal couple. In it, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wear navy and pale blue as they hug each other, so if you were looking for confirmation that Elizabeth adores Meghan like family, look no further.