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Jermain Defoe chose wedding venue as Meghan Markle stayed there before own nuptials

Their nuptials were fit for a prince and princess, so it only seems right that Jermain Defoe and his wife Donna’s wedding venue had the royal seal of approval, too. Cliveden House in Berkshire is where Meghan Markle stayed the night before her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry, and Jermain exclusively told OK! this is one of the reasons he and his wife chose it as the place to say “I do”.The former footballer explained of choosing the venue: “We wanted to get married in London, but somewhere quiet, like Surrey, in the country.

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