Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spends Honeymoon in Maldives
Kate Middleton and Prince William, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Maldives to enjoy a five-star luxury experience. They arrived in Maldives prior to their royal tour in Australia and New Zealand. According to various reports, the couple is staying at five-star resort Cheval Blanc Randheli.
They left their little son, Prince George at home with their new nanny to have some time for themselves. The Duke and Dutchess met in 2001 in residence at St Salvator’s Hall at the University of St Andrews. The couple started were stated to be dating in 2003 but their relationship remained unconfirmed until the year 2007 the couple announced it to the media. They tied their knot in the year 2011.
Cheval Blanc Randheli is situated in Noonu atoll which is situated in the northwest of the Maldives archipelago. The Duke and Dutchess is staying at a large 2 bedroom villa which boasts a private infinity pool, a private deck and other various luxurious amenities. Managed by LVMH Hotels, Cheval Blanc Randheli is known to one of the finest resorts in Maldives. This island has been visited by famous actors, actresses, inflectional people, etc… The resort boasts breathtaking vistas of the Indian Ocean from each of its villas. The beach or the ocean is situated just in front of the villa. The island also offers a luxury spa where you can see the blissful colors of the sunsets and sunrises. The meals of the guests are prepared by the experienced culinary team led by the famous French chef Yannick Alléno. This is the ultimate destination for couples and families looking for total seclusion.