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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to marry on Saturday 19 May at Windsor Castle.

However, there has been much speculation over where Harry will have his stag do.

It is believed a spot has been decided on: a luxury ski resort in Verbier, Switzerland.

Harry will most likely celebrate there alongside brother Prince William and friends.

Harry’s uncle Prince Andrew is said to have offered up his £13 million chalet at the spot for the stag party.

“Prince Andrew cleared the diary of Chalet Helora as a gift from himself and the Duchess of York,” an insider told the Daily Star.

A source at Verbier is also said to have spotted Harry’s team on a “recce” at the spot.

“I have just seen Harry’s advance close-protection team come into La Vache for lunch. They are clearly on a recce,” he said.

“Quite a few of the staff recognised the Royal Protection Officers who skied with Harry in 2016.

“Once their cover was blown they made a quick exit as a few locals started asking if he was coming.”

It has been said Guy Pelly, who is friends with both Prince Harry and his older brother Prince William, will plan a party for Harry at Verbier’s top nightclub spot Coco Club.

Prince Harry stag do predictions have already been made, with 82 per cent of respondents believing he will do something inappropriate, like the time he was once snapped in the nude. 

Also joining the stag term will most likely be Harry’s friends Rob Sawyer and rugby player Lawrence Dallagio.

Singer James Blunt is also a likely contender to attend the exclusive party.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s handwriting was recently analysed by an expert, who worried about their differences as indicated by contrasting writing styles. 

Handwriting expert Barbara Weaver said the problems may show themselves “after a while”.

The expert speculated the engaged pair may have to find a “compromise”.

Opposites attract as we know but after a while the differences in approach can gall and cause problems.”