The location of where Kate & Wills had been was kept secret until today. There has been much speculation but nothing had been confirmed until word came from St. James' Palace that the happy couple had honeymooned on the North Island in The Seychelles for 10 days. http://www.north-island.com/
Prince William booked Villa No 4 – one of a handful of luxury retreats scattered across the island – which costs almost £4,000 a night. The pair had been forced to downgrade from a £6,000-a-night honeymoon villa as its location in the Takamaka Forest was deemed to be less secure.
The stunning handcrafted villa has amazing views over the ocean and an open-air bathroom area with a sunken bath and shower. The villa also included a romantic four-poster bed made of driftwood, a freshwater rock pool in the private garden and an outdoor yoga pavilion.
The royal couple had a personal chef and butler on hand to take care of all their needs. They would have also had access to a well-stocked wine cellar and cocktails.
To get to the North Island the couple set off to the Seychelles by private jet from their home in Anglesey, North Wales, on May 10. From Mahé, a helicopter took them the remaining 15-minute flight over to North Island, off the north-east coast of Madagascar.