For Prince William and Kate Middleton, the newly-crowned the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they honeymoon is officially over. If only in the literal sense.
The newlyweds, who married April 29, are back in Wales following a secluded 10-day trip to the Seychelles, but they're still very much in love, of course.
The palace released a statement saying that the royal couple "thoroughly enjoyed their time together, and they're grateful to the Seychelles government for their assistance in making the honeymoon such a memorable and special 10 days."
The royal couple reportedly left the Indian Ocean archipelago on Friday. It's unclear when the prince resumes work as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot.
Next on their agenda: The queen's birthday on June 11 (Queen Elizabeth II turned 85 in April) and the June 12 celebration of Prince Philip's 90th birthday.
They will also be heading to Canada in early July for their first official visit as man and wife. Before flying home, they will make a brief visit to America.
It is not yet known specifically where Kate Middleton and Prince William will stay, but they're headed to California. It's her first trip to the U.S. ever!