London (AFP) - The newlywed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to honeymoon in a 4,000-a-night villa on one of the most beautiful and romantic islands in the world. Prince William is to whisk his bride away to a secret hideaway in the Indian Ocean for a ten-day holiday later this month. It was widely expected that the couple would be going on honeymoon this week after their wedding on Friday. But at the weekend it was announced that the Duke, a search and rescue pilot, would be returning to work tomorrow at RAF Valley on Anglesey. But on their return, just four months after the wedding, the couple are said to face a ten-week separation as William is sent to the Falkland Isles to further his helicopter training. Partners are banned from joining those serving in the South Atlantic, so Kate would be unable to travel with William to the remote post. Kate is said to have been disappointed by the news. 'They have known about the Falklands for several weeks, but Kate was very upset when she first heard, the media reported. 'It is an awful way to start married life, especially hard because it destroys the first magic of being together. 'William could probably pull some strings and get out of going. But he is determined to be treated like any other search and rescue pilot. Despite his status as second in line to the throne he had to apply for leave like his colleagues. He was given a week off for the wedding but was told that he would have to split any further holiday requests hence the delayed departure date. The 28-year-old princes protection officers reportedly visited the top-secret location to assess its suitability and were satisfied that the isolated resort would offer the required privacy. The luxury wooden villa comes complete with an open-air bathroom, a private garden, a freshwater rock pool and a personal butler and chef.