Duke of Cambridge returns to work
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The Duke of Cambridge is back at work just four days after getting married to Kate Middleton in a ceremony that sparked celebrations across the country.
William has returned to his job as a search and rescue helicopter pilot after spending a quiet weekend in a secret location within the UK alongside his new wife.
The couple decided to postpone their honeymoon to a later date. The destination of the honeymoon has not yet been revealed.
Cheap flights to the Caribbean from airports such as Stansted, Luton and Gatwick are becoming increasingly popular among holidaymakers, and the newlyweds are hotly tipped to emulate this trend.
Bookies slashed the odds of William and Kate sunning themselves on a Caribbean island for their honeymoon to just 8/15, while Kenya, which was previously the bookmakers’ favourite, is now at 7/2. Jordan is looking less likely with odds of 5/1.
A Ministry of Defence spokesman said of William’s first day back: “It will be a normal day at work for him after the wedding, nothing special planned.”
It will be a chance for William to thank his colleagues from the RAF for their special tribute on his wedding day however – the surprise helicopter fly-past as he drove his new wife the short distance from Buckingham Palace to Clarence House in his father’s Aston Martin.
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