UK's William and Kate off on honeymoon, at last

By REUTERS
May 11, 2011 06:13

 
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LONDON - Britain's Prince William and his new wife Kate have set off for a delayed honeymoon following their April 29 wedding, St James's Palace said on Tuesday.

The couple flew out on Monday, a royal source said, but no details were given of their destination other than it was outside Britain. William's office said the couple had asked that their privacy be respected.

A tourism source in the Seychelles said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as they are now officially known, were at a luxury villa in an exclusive resort in the Indian Ocean archipelago.

The source told Reuters that the couple arrived early on Tuesday by private jet which landed in Mahe, the main island in the Seychelles, then flew by helicopter to the smaller and secluded island of Desroches, famous as a honeymooners' paradise for wealthy people seeking privacy, for a 10-day break.

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