Prince William and Catherine Finally On Their Honeymoon

Prince William and Catherine Finally On Their Honeymoon

Prince William and Catherine are finally on their honeymoon, which was delayed because of the takedown of Osama bin Laden.

The royal couple left Buckingham Palace by helicopter for the first leg of their trip to the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean.

They are said to be staying on a secluded private island in a luxurious villa costing $6,000 a night.

A German tycoon who owns the island confirmed:

"Yes, we rented the island to the British royal family. Prince William and his Kate are spending their honeymoon there."

"It is really just paradise and it's romantic, it's solitude, it's quiet, it's what you would want on your honeymoon," says Valarie D'Elia of travelwithval.com.

And royal outcast Fergie, who wasn't invited to the wedding, tells Oprah she spent the wedding day in a rainforest in Thailand.

"It was so difficult, because I wanted to be there with my girls, I chose to go and be in Thailand, in a place called Camelia, and […] the jungle embraced me," Fergie said.

And while William and Catherine are away, a controversial new documentary showing gruesome death photos of Princess Diana is premiering at the Cannes Film Festival

The film, called Unlawful Killing, claims the truth about Diana's death has been covered up.

Diana was in a limo travelling through a tunnel in Paris when it hit a pillar and slammed into the wall. Now there is outrage that photos showing a dead Diana will be used in the documentary.