Though their honeymoon destination is still officially a closely guarded secret, the couple will go to the West Asian country for two weeks and they have already booked a week-long tailor-made tour of southern Jordan, including a visit to the the ancient city of Petra, The Sunday Telegraph reported.
William (28) and Kate (29) will leave London for their honeymoon the day after the wedding on April 29, and are said to be considering several options for their break, with Jordan being their preferred foreign destination.
The couple are also expected to visit Amman where Middleton and her family moved in 1984, and where she had even attended a nursery school, the newspaper said, adding they may also pay an unofficial visit to King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan who are close friends of the British Royal Family.
A royal aide said: "We will not be identifying which country the couple may be going to for their honeymoon. After the wedding, we will announce when they have gone away for their two-week break, where they hope to enjoy some privacy."
The second-in-line to the British throne's late mother Princess Diana and father Prince Charles began their honeymoon at Broadlands, the Hampshire estate of Lord Mountbatten before cruising the Mediterranean on board the Royal Yacht Britannia and spending time at Queen's Balmoral estate.