The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been given a rare aphrodisiac as a honeymoon gift. The couple ended their ten day honeymoon in the Seychelles with a special ceremony during which they were handed the 'world's most erotic fruit'- the Coco de mer coconut. The couple have been granted a special licence to bring the 'love nut' back to Britain. The coconut resembles female buttocks. It can weigh up to 30kg.
Given to the couple by foreign minister Jean-Paul Adam on Friday. He handed the love symbol to the couple himself on behalf of Seychelles president James Michel. In the Seychelles the coco de mer is regarded as a fertility symbol. Photos of the couple's villa have also been released. A romantic four poster bed made of driftwood took pride of place in the master bedroom. Kate used the outdoor yoga pavilion. They had a personal chef and butler to ensure they had a relaxing time. Prince William told staff upon leaving the Seychelles, 'I've had the best diving I've ever experienced. It's been amazing. We've had a truly magical time'.