Kate and William choose to staycation in England rather than jet off expensively abroad
the royal couple’s honeymoon – the current top favourite is the UK’s Scilly Isles.
clear by both using close locations for their pre-nuptial bashes.
his minders could ensure his wild behaviour (if Prince Harry got his way) was
kept under wraps. Kate, on the other hand, had a celebratory evening in a friend’s
in the UK.
by being Kate’s base prior to the grand wedding – any destination that the couple
choose will become a ‘must-do’ for the stylish and wannabe stylish crowd.
of the royal wedding, the honeymoon is now the new topic of speculation.
jet-setting on a pricey foreign holiday while other Brits are still having trouble
paying the rent. Their source confirmed, “William and Kate are acutely aware that
in these difficult times being seen to take a luxury honeymoon would not look
good and send out entirely the wrong signal.”
saying they should be proud of their country and what it has to offer – putting
his bathing trunks and his bucket and spade where his words were.
last year– enjoying the beautiful view across Daymer Bay, which lies between the
towns of Rock and Polzeath.
green campaigner and advocate of everything that the UK has to offer.
of long term past prime minister Harold Wilson.
who surely will want a bit of privacy after their very public wedding. And for
that, the islands of St. Agnes and St. Martin seem to be perfect.
quaint feel. The island has everything William and Kate could want, including
homemade chocolate and ice cream and farmers markets to wander through.
and Kate might enjoy strolling through St. Martins winery while tasting some of
the local wine as well as having a romantic afternoon picnic in the island’s flower
farm. St. Martins also has the beach that was voted best beach in the U.K. – Great
Lane for William who has fond memories of a family holiday taken there with Charles,
Diana and Harry in 1989.
William and Kate there in the near future, the official tourism site has tripled
its amount of traffic. The tourism industry hopes this rise in popularity turns
into more bookings.