It looks like Kate Middleton and Prince William will get some much needed respite from the press during an upcoming trip to Southeast Asia: People Magazine is reporting the pair will spend one night at luxurious island hideaway on the Solomon Islands. It's being dubbed the pair's "second honeymoon."
The visit to the private island of Tavanipupu will happen at the end of their upcoming Royal tour of Asia -- a trip that will see them visit places like Singapore, Malaysia and Borneo. The trip will mark Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.
Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, Cambridges' spokesman, says the Queen plotted out the couple's itinerary herself (including the relaxing stay in Tavanipupu). According to USA Today: "The Queen personally chose their itinerary. At every stop, they will attend receptions, state dinners and cultural performances, visit schools, factories, villages and war memorials, explore the wildlife, eat native dishes and sleep in luxurious surroundings. [The Duke of Cambridge] will deliver brief remarks occasionally; [the Duchess Of Cambridge] will do so once, at a hospice, one of her charity specialities."
The trip -- and second honeymoon -- come as speculation on whether the Royal couple will produce an heir increases. Photos were recently published of a possible "Kate baby bump." While legal experts say there are reasons the pair are waiting to get pregnant.
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