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Prince William whisks Kate away on a £4,000-a-night tropical honeymoon 'in the Seychelles'
By REBECCA ENGLISH
©And they're orf: Kate and William at Buckingham Palace before flying by helicopter for their 'mini-moon'
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left for a two-week honeymoon in a secret hideaway in the Indian Ocean.
The newlyweds will stay in an exclusive villa that costs £4,000-a-night and is said to be located on one of the most beautiful and romantic islands in the world.
The Duke and Duchess are believed to have flown out by private jet yesterday before being taken by helicopter from the mainland to the tropical retreat.
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Back to work - but not for long. William was spotted returning to the Air and Sea Rescue headquarters at RAF Vally in Anglesey after the wedding
William's car was apparently seen leaving Anglesey, north Wales, yesterday accompanied by a police Range Rover piled high with luggage.
A spokesman for St James's Palace said he would not confirm their honeymoon destination, although according to reports, the couple may have headed for the Seychelles.
The spokesman added William has taken two weeks leave from operational duties.
'The couple have asked that their privacy be respected during their honeymoon.'
©Stocking up: Kate was seen shopping for provisions at Waitrose shortly after the celebrations
©If the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Seychelles for their honeymoon they could well be heading for an idyllic location they visited four years ago - the island of Desroches
A source said: ‘It’s one of the most incredible places you will ever visit and Kate will have the time of her life. It’s everything you could want from a honeymoon destination and more – beautiful beaches, tropical seas and complete privacy.
‘The Prince’s protection officers flew out to check it out and their villa has been booked and confirmed.
©The couple were seen taking off from Buckingham Palace the day after their wedding
©Like everyone else he works with, Prince William had to apply to take time off before the wedding
©The island of Desroches is a paradise just four miles long, about 150 miles south west of the Seychelles' main island, Mahe
source:dailymail