Ten days after the big affair of their royal wedding, Prince William and his new wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, are reportedly honeymooning in Seychelles, an archipelago on the Indian Ocean off the coast of Africa, according to several UK newspapers.
The Guardian reports that the royal newlyweds' travel plans were confirmed by the Seychelles tourist office on Tuesday. The couple reportedly landed at the international airport on Mahe at 7:20 am local time before going to an undisclosed island.
The palace has not confirmed the couple's honeymoon plans, telling the UK paper, "We are not confirming and we are not commenting on speculation on where they may be going on their private honeymoon. We are just confirming that they have gone."
The two will be in the California on July 8 following their tour of Canada. They will stay for three days. The trip will be the prince's first official visit to the United States and Kate's first time in the country.
William married his bride in London on April 29 in a ceremony watched by millions of people around the world, including more than 22 million viewers in the United States.
The couple also made headlines last week when it was announced they have adopted an endangered baby penguin named Acorn.
The bird will continue to live at England's Chester Zoo, which had given Acorn to the newlyweds as a wedding gift.