Prince William back to work after royal wedding

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, walk hand in hand from Buckingham Palace the day after their wedding to a waiting helicopter as they leave for a secret weekend location, on April 30, 2011, in London.

(CBS) Prince William is back at work following his wedding to Kate Middleton on Friday.

The 28-year-old Duke of Cambridge returned to the Royal Air Force base in Anglesey, Wales, where he works as a search-and-rescue pilot.

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"He will return to work," a spokesman for the Ministry of Defense said, according to Reuters. "It is a normal working day."

Following their wedding, the newlyweds spent the weekend at an undisclosed location in the United Kingdom, and announced they are postponing their honeymoon, which will be overseas.

Speculation about where William and Middleton, 29, will spend their honeymoon has been rampant - rumored destinations have included the Caribbean, Australia and a private island in the Indian Ocean.

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