Royal Honeymoon Poll Result!

Greece 46%

RunawayBrideandGroom.com Poll result: Greece 46% / Libya 5%

These were the results of our online poll of where Will and Kate should spend their honeymoon after their royal wedding on 29th April.

A yacht in Greece because of the privacy it offered got 46% of the vote of the engaged couples polled. Mauritius for its amazing beaches got 17%, a safari in South Africa scored 16% and Ireland for the Guinness scored 14%. The two final destinations suggested got surprising results, with ‘Libya for the hell of it’ scoring 5%, which was 4% more than the 1% Wales (for the good PR value) received.

“Lots of couples have travelled or holidayed together before they get married, so they often come to us looking for something adventurous and different to make their honeymoon really memorable, but I think a honeymoon to a war zone would be an adventure too far!”, says Rosemarie Meleady wedding planner and MD of Runawaybrideandgroom.com.

“Most couples love the idea of somewhere private and secluded where they can be without interruption, so I am not surprised the yacht and Mauritius scored highly,” says Rosemarie.

For their honeymoon in 1981, Prince Charles and Princess Diana caught the train to Romsey in Hampshire where they stayed at Broadlands, the family home of Prince Philip’s family, the Mountbattens.

The second part of their honeymoon was spent on board the royal yacht Britannia, cruising for two weeks to Algeria, Tunisia, Sicily, the Greek islands and Egypt. Finally, they flew back to Scotland, where they spent time with the royal family in Balmoral. Their honeymoon officially ending three months after their wedding.

*Packages for weddings and honeymoons abroad are available at http://www.runawaybrideandgroom.com while packages for weddings in Ireland are available at http://www.weddingplanner.ie

info@runawaybrideandgroom.com

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