Posted on Sun Mar 20, 2011 08:55 AM PDT
And this comes after only spending less than 24 hours Down Under!
Prince William - who will soon wed Kate Middleton in just a few weeks - visited the Queensland tourist town of Cairns, and other areas affected by Cyclone Yasi, and got the crowds excited at the possibility of his return to Australia with bride-to-be Middleton.
Williams told the following to the Daily Telegraph:
- "I love scuba diving, I have always wanted to dive the barrier reef. It's much nicer down here, the weather at home is dreadful. I will have to come back, maybe we'll have a honeymoon in Cairns?"
He then invited all the locals up north to his royal wedding next month, saying "I expect to see you all there, I want to see lots of Aussie flags outside the Abbey."
In addition to Down Under, it's also rumored that Prince William and Middleton will honeymoon in Kenya (where he proposed), Scotland or Wales.
The wedding itself takes place on April 29.
An early congrats!
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