Saturday, 21 May 2011

William and Kate end Seychelles honeymoon

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have returned from their ten day honeymoon in the Seychelles. It has not been officially confirmed that the couple spent their time at the North Island resort, one of 115 breathtaking islands available in the Seychelles.

St James's palace said, 'They thoroughly enjoyed their time together.' They expressed sincere gratitude to the Seychelles government for helping to make 'the honeymoon such a memorable and special ten days'. The Seychelles coastguard helped to ensure the couple enjoyed as much privacy as possible during their stay. William and Kate invited them ashore to personally thank them for their efforts on the last day of their visit. British high commissioner Patrick Pillay said, 'In a world of so much turmoil they bring a welcome and much needed breath of fresh air with their warmth and humility.' I think this quote sums up our feelings towards the couple. Whether you're a royalist or a republican, regardless of where in the world you're from, we have all been touched by the fairytale romance of William and Kate. I don't think anyone who watched the wedding wasn't moved, not by the beautifully decorated Westminster Abbey or the stunning outfits on display, but by the heart of the story: a young couple in love. This is why William and Kate are so popular and loved by the public. All eyes will be on their trip to Canada and the U.S. next!

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