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Royalties and celebrities select Seychelles for honeymoon

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

prince william kate amal george clooneyRoyalties and celebrities select Seychelles for their honeymoons and holidays but you don’t have to be a prince or a princess to spent time there. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and celebrities Amal and George Clooney had their honeymoon on the same island in the Seychelles.

Prince William and Duchess Kate spent their honeymoon in the exclusive resort on the small island North Island, having only 11 villas, it is believed that they spent their holidays in one of the presidential villas in 2011. There are no paparazzi there but only 5 staff per visitor to ensure the perfect wellbeing of all guests.

You don’t have to be a prince or a princess to spent time there, but you have to have the right money says the popular GALA Magazine of Germany. Clooneys also honeymooned there.

Not to forget Salma Hayed and her billionaire husband Francois Henri Pinault. They also holidayed on the same North Island in the Seychelles.

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