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Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene to honeymoon in South Africa

Monaco's Prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock pose on the balcony after their civil ceremony on July 1, 2011, in Monaco. Getty

(CBS) Newlyweds Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco are reportedly headed Tuesday for a luxury, seaside resort in the princess'  home country for their honeymoon.

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The royal couple, who tied the knot this past weekend in a lavish two days of ceremony and parties in Albert's principality, will be staying at the five-star Oyster Box Hotel in Umhlanga, South Africa, the Daily Mail reports.

They will reportedly relax and celebrate their union in the hotel's $7,500-a-night President's Suite, which overlooks the Indian Ocean and includes two floors, an ornate gold-leafed bed, marble bath, terrace and a private swimming pool.

Their honeymoon will also have them attend an International Olympic Organizing Committee banquet that will be held in their honor at the hotel, a source tells the Daily Mail.

A member since 1985, Albert, 52, competed in five Winter Olympics as part off Monaco's bobsled team. And his bride, the former Charlene Wittstock, 33, is a swimming champion in South Africa who competed in the 2000 summer Olympics. She became a global ambassador for the Special Olympics last week.

The two met when the prince was in South Africa for an Olympic Committee meeting.

They were married in a private, civil ceremony on Friday and exchanged vows a second time a day later in a Roman-Catholic ceremony in the palace courtyard. A dinner for 450 people followed.