George Clooney and his new wife Amal Alamuddin are on honeymoon in the Seychelles, a celebrity magazine has revealed.
According to X17online the couple jetted off to the luxury North Island resort in the Indian Ocean islands after their four-day wedding in Venice.
The newlyweds are reportedly staying in one of 11 villas at the resort, which has hosted Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and Prince William and Duchess Kate.
Each of the villas at the plush resort feature a plunge pool and guests can only reach the resort by helicopter.
A source told X17online: "George and Amal were looking for the ultimate, private getaway and I believe it was Brad who told him to go to this resort.
"It's one of the most beautiful places on earth and George wanted to show Amal something even more amazing than Venice. It was the only place that could top off such an elaborate wedding."
Earlier this week, we reported that George and Amal's nuptials cost a whopping £8 million.
More than 100 guests, including big stars like Matt Damon and Cindy Crawford, joined the couple as they tied the knot on the Grand Canal during a four-day extravaganza last weekend.
On Sunday, Amal made her first appearance as 'Mrs Clooney' in a Giambattista Valli floral gown, before the couple made their union official with a short ceremony at Venice City Hall on Monday.
It's thought the cost of the wedding included Amal's stunning lace Oscar de la Renta gown, featured on Hello! and People magazines this week.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the wedding pricetag also included the hire of water taxis to take guests to and from various venues; the rooms in which they stayed at the five-star Hotel Cipriani, and the Saturday reception at the Aman Hotel.