It looks like Nick Carter's honeymoon is going swimmingly!
The 34-year-old Backstreet Boys singer and his fitness expert wife Lauren Kitt have been enjoying newlywed life in the Florida Keys since tying the knot in California almost two weeks ago.
In pics from their romantic getaway, the lovebirds, who bought a boat upon their arrival, have been celebrating their marriage with some adventures on the high sea. Carter has been enjoying their vacation by fishing and even caught a large fish during one trip. Carter and Kitt were also spotted simply enjoying each other's company and cuddling while sitting on their boat and taking in the scenery.
Carter and Kitt got married at the Bacara Resort and Spa in Santa Barbara on Saturday, Apr. 12. The nuptials took place a little over a year after Carter popped the question on a small island in the Florida Keys.
Unfortunately, Carter's younger brother Aaron Carter couldn't make it to the nuptials because of a prior commitment and plane troubles. Aaron's rep told E! News at the time, "Aaron had a contract to appear at the Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C. before Nick set his wedding date. Even though he was obligated to fulfill his contract, Aaron still wanted to make the wedding. There was a team of six people who worked to put together a plan to get him to Santa Barbara by the reception so he could at least participate in the celebration. He was on his way when his U.S. Airways plane experienced mechanical difficulties in Pittsburgh and they became grounded there. So he never made it. Aaron was legitimately busting his ass to make it to his brother's wedding. He felt awful and had every intention of being there."
Last week, Carter took a momentary breaking from enjoying his honeymoon to call out 'N Sync star Joey Fatone after Fatone dissed the Backstreet Boys. "Just disappointed, I really liked joey..." Carter wrote last Friday.
He followed up with, "I'm proud of who we are and love what we stand for. Truthfully its about not letting our fans down. Sorry bro but you have us all wrong," adding, "Now let me go back to enjoying my Honeymoon."
—Reporting by Michelle Falls