Saturday, April 30, 2011

Royal newlyweds may spring a Cape Verde honeymoon surprise

Breaking news. You heard it here first! Prince William and his new bride Duchess Catherine announced today that they would not immediately leave on their honeymoon. Prince William will return to his day job as a helicopter search-and-rescue pilot in the Royal Air Force.

Royal newlyweds spring honeymoon surprise After a fairy tale wedding watched by millions around the globe, the royal couple seeks a private honeymoon away from the prying eyes of the media. The prince, heir apparent to the British throne, is known to be quite suspicious of the media who he believes are responsible for the untimely death of his mother, Princess Di.

The speculation about their ultimate honeymoon destination has already begun in earnest. Many expect them to head to a private island in the Caribbean, like the ultra-exclusive Mustique, where the princess' wealthy parents have been known to frequent. Jordan, in the middle-East has also been mentioned as Kate once lived there with her parents. But that seems a bit of a stretch given the unrest in that part of the world. Now, royal-watchers are well aware that William proposed to Kate in Kenya, so much of the speculation is now focused on Africa.

I think that all these rumors have actually been planted by the British Royal family to throw the media off the scent. They'll be going to Africa alright, but not where people think. My money is on Cape Verde, the Caribbean of Europe, which is just off the coast of western Africa! A week on Maio would do them well. There's no way the media is going to get to them over there. Even Cape Verdeans have a hard time getting there. By the time the next ferry is ready to leave for Maio, the honey moon will be long over. LOL.

So keep your eyes open for the couple in the photo above and show them a little morabeza. Can't you just picture them chowing down on a little cachupinha chased down with some manicom, and then busting a move to some funana?

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