Prince William may be headed Down Under after he ties the knot with Kate Middleton at London's Westminster Abbey on April 29.
"It's much nicer down here; the weather at home is dreadful," William said Saturday (via The Telegraph). "I will have to come back. Maybe we'll have a honeymoon in Cairns?"
William spent the afternoon greeting locals after attending a function to thank the 600 volunteers who contributed to the Cyclone Yasi relief efforts; he even invited them to attend the royal wedding.
William's three-day tour of Australia continues with a trip to south-east Queensland, where he will visit towns affected by flash floods that killed more than 20 people in January. On Monday, he will visit flood-ravaged parts of rural Victoria before returning home to Middleton.
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