After five days of wedding celebrations and jet-setting between Monaco and Italy, it was time for Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo to finally relax and enjoy the first chapter of their life as newlyweds. The couple have been spotted on their honeymoon in the Mediterranean, lounging on their private yacht.
Photographs obtained by Italian publications Oggi and Diva e Donna show Pierre and Beatrice aboard the Pacha III, which is owned by the groom's family.
Princess Caroline of Monaco's son and his new wife, who is a member of the Italian aristocratic House of Borromeo, made it a family affair as they were joined by Pierre's relatives.
Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo, pictured previously, married in Monaco and then Italy
Pierre's mum Princess Caroline was spotted on board, as well as Pierre's older brother Andrea Casiraghi, his wife Tatiana Santo Domingo and their young children Sacha and India. The group were pictured lapping up the waves on the French Riviera, the glittering stretch of sea just off Monaco.
It's not yet known whether Pierre, 27, and Beatrice, 29, managed to have a few days of alone time after their wedding, or if they are planning another honeymoon trip in the future before returning to work.
Beatrice, who has a Masters in Journalism from the University of Columbia, is a writer and reporter, while her new husband Pierre works for his late father Stefano Casiraghi's construction company.
The newlyweds have been spotted on their private yacht in the Mediterranean, where they were joined by Pierre's family
The newlyweds said "I do" in a civil ceremony in Monte Carlo on Saturday 25 July, reportedly in front of 700 guests who were invited to the royal palace for a "garden party" style celebration.
Pierre and Beatrice, who have been together for seven years, then flew to the bride's native Italy and married in a religious ceremony on the family-owned Borromean Islands.
The statuesque bride looked picture perfect, wowing in two bespoke Armani gowns. The first was a beautiful lace dress that featured a demure high neckline and three-quarter length sleeves, but for the evening Beatrice channelled a Greek goddess, stunning in a silk tulle evening gown.