Royal honeymooners head to the Seychelles

Royal honeymooners head to the Seychelles

Newlyweds the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have succeeded in slipping away on honeymoon discreetly and are expected to be away for two weeks as both have been excused from any official duties for the next 14 days.

The couple’s car was seen leaving the island of Anglesey on Monday, with a police Range Rover piled high with luggage in attendance. William and Kate kept the press guessing by not going on honeymoon immediately after the wedding, and instead returned to their home in North Wales after their nuptials at Westminster Abbey on April 29th.

After returning to his duties as an RAF search and rescue pilot on Anglesey for a few days, the couple kept everyone in the dark as to when and where they would head off on honeymoon.

St James Palace has confirmed that the royal couple are on honeymoon, although they refused to give any hint as to where they are. Despite this, the tourism chief for the Seychelles has let slip that the newlyweds have flown to the Indian Ocean for their post wedding break.

It’s been reported that Kate and William arrived at the main airport in the Seychelles resort, Mahe, on Tuesday morning before being flown by helicopter to their own private island.

The Republic of the Seychelles is made up of 115 small islands and is a very popular holiday destination of A- list celebrities because of its secluded nature.

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