Prince William and new bride Kate Middleton have flown to the Seychelles for their honeymoon.
The couple, who married on 29 April, delayed their break after Wills decided to return to his job as a search and rescue helicopter pilot, but finally left yesterday for the Indian Ocean islands.
'I think that for the first few days at least William and Kate will just want a bit of privacy,' a royal source tells the Daily Mirror.
'After the glitter and excitement of their wedding and all the organisation it involved they can't wait to spend some quality time on their own.'
Wills, 28, and Kate, 29, are believed to have privately hired one of the islands and will be enjoying the services of a top chef as they lie on the sandy beaches.
It was revealed last week that the pair will also head to America after their Royal Visit to Canada this summer.
'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit California, United
States of America, following their Tour of Canada in July this year,' Clarence House confirmed on the official Royal Wedding site.
'The Couple will visit the State of California from 8th July to 10th July 2011.'
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