Prince William and Kate go on honeymoon
London: Prince William and his new bride Kate have left for their honeymoon, 10 days after their colourful and much celebrated royal wedding without officially revealing the destination.
Yesterday, the couple was seen leaving their Anglesey home with large amounts of luggage.
According to `The Daily Telegraph`, one report claimed that they were heading for the Seychelles islands in the Indian Ocean.
The newlyweds were expected to go on honeymoon on April 30, the day after their wedding attracted more than a million people to the streets of London.
However, the prince returned to work as a search and rescue helicopter pilot, while the Duchess was seen pushing a trolley around their local supermarket.
The couple only have a few weeks to squeeze in their romantic break before they begin their first joint tour.
They are due to visit Canada and California for 10 days.
Prince William, 28, and his 29-year-old wife have previously enjoyed holidays together in the Caribbean island of Mustique.
It is understood that the second in line to the throne had kept the honeymoon destination a secret, but that it was going to be somewhere warm.
Earlier this week, a judge praised Prince William for helping to save his life after suffering a heart attack on Snowdonia.
Nick Barnett, 70, said he hadn`t planned to be rescued by the prince, he merely wanted to have a nice day on the hills.