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November 28, 2017 11:02 am

Rivlin Invites Prince Harry and Fiancee Meghan Markle to Honeymoon in Israel

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JNS.org – Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Monday congratulated the UK’s Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle on their engagement, and invited the couple to visit Israel for their honeymoon. 

“Sending our warmest regards to Her Majesty the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, all the Royal Family & the British people, from Nechama & me, & all the Israeli people,” Rivlin tweeted. “We invite them to enjoy their honeymoon in Israel!”

Earlier on Monday, Clarence House announced that Harry, fifth in line to the British throne, would marry the American actress in the spring of 2018.

Although British royals have traveled to Israel in the past, none have ever visited the Jewish state in an official capacity.

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