George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin, Clooney Wedding

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And the Clooneys are off, from the canals in gorgeous Venice to a tropical island paradise!

George Clooney, 50, and new wife Amal Alamuddin, 36, are spending their honeymoon in beautiful Seychelles, Tourism & Culture Minister Alain St. Ange has confirmed, according to the U.K. newspaper The Telegraph.They have not commented.

The Oscar-winning actor and the British-Lebanese lawyer also vacationed in March in the exotic Indian Ocean archipelago, which contains some of the most beautiful beaches and luxury villas in the world. The Telegraph reported that they are currently staying on the North Island, a lush, secluded area touted for its privacy.

"We want people, famous or not, to be able to relax on their holiday," St. Ange told the outlet, in comments published on Saturday. "They shouldn't have to worry about being spied upon."

The newlyweds were also recently spotted at Victoria International Airport on the island of Mahé in Seychelles, E! News has learned. X17Online also reported that they were honeymooning in Seychelles.

North Island, Seychelles

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A week ago, Clooney and Alamuddin exchanged vows at a $4.6 million wedding celebration at a posh waterfront hotel in front of family and friends, including celebrities such as Bill MurrayMatt Damon and Bono, and made their marriage official two days later in a civil ceremony at Venice's city hall (pictured above).

The newlyweds, often touted as Hollywood royalty, have majestic taste in honeymoon destinations; Prince William and wife Kate Middleton, aka Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, spent theirs in Seychelles as well! They two had their royal wedding in 2011.

Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault also honeymooned in Seychelles and they had also gotten married in Venice, in a star-studded ceremony in 2009. Brad Pitt and then-wife Jennifer Aniston spent their 2000 honeymoon in Seychelles as well, while David Beckham and Victoria Beckhamcelebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in the country.

—Additional reporting by Michelle Falls

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