Pippa Middleton and James Matthews Celebrate Marital Bliss With a Tropical Honeymoon

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After a whirlwind wedding, Pippa Middleton and James Matthews are celebrating their newlywed status in style.

The two indulged in the exquisite paradise of the luxurious French Polynesian islands in Tetiaroa this week and stayed at The Brando, an exclusive resort on the island once owned by actor, Marlon Brando.

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When the two were not seen dining at candlelight on the resort, they were seen out and about strolling hand-in-hand and frolicking on the sweet, sandy beaches.

Entertainment Tonight reports that Middleton, newly known as Mrs. Matthews, was dress in a blue and white patterned sundress, while husband, Matthews, 41, was dressed down in a t-shirt and colorful trunks.

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Ever the sportsmen, the two reportedly went paddle boarding on their honeymoon and swam the crystal blue oceans. Middleton, 35, donned a beautiful white bikini underneath her fit physique.

Middleton and Matthews said “I do” last Saturday at St. Mark’s Church in Englefield, England, surrounded by friends, family and members of the royal family, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte who made quite an impression on guests.

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