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The 22 Most Stylish Celebrity Honeymoons in History

Future newlyweds, take note.
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Future newlyweds, take note.

Audrey Hepburn and husband Mel Ferrer on honeymoon in 1954.


Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales pose together during their honeymoon in Balmoral, Scotland, 19th August 1981.


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Liza Minnelli with her husband, Australian singer Peter Allen while on their honeymoon in Florida in 1900.


Ringo Starr and his bride Maureen stroll hand-in-hand outside their honeymoon retreat in Sussex, England. The bride was just 18-years-old.


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Elizabeth Taylor and husband Mike Todd at their honeymoon retreat in Mexico, 1957.


Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee on the beach following their February 1995 wedding in Cancun, Mexico.


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Princess Caroline of Monaco and her first husband Philippe Junot kiss during their honeymoon in French Polynesia in the South Pacific.


Television host, Diane Sawyer and her husband, Mike Nichols arriving back to New York from their honeymoon in 1988.


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Grace and Rainier of Monaco boarding the Royal yacht 'Deo Juvente 11' for their honeymoon in 1956.


George Harrison of the Beatles, with his model wife Patti Boyd, during their honeymoon in Barbados.


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Marilyn Monroe carries a basket as she starts out on a honeymoon picnic with her new playwright husband, Arthur Miller in Connecticut.


Brigitte Bardot and her new husband, German industrialist Gunther Sachs, leave Los Angeles International Airport on a flight bound for Papeete, Tahiti.


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Jean-Luc Godard and new wife Anne Wiazemski honeymooning with their dog in Cap Ferret, France in 1967.


Newlyweds Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman lean on a white picket fence, after playing ping pong during their honeymoon at El Mirador Hotel.


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Tony Curtis carries his new wife, Janet Leigh into their honeymoon suite at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.


American actors Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward prepare to board a Jetstream flight to London for a month-long honeymoon.


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Newlyweds Brigitte Bardot and Jacques Charrier look out from a balcony while on their honeymoon in Saint-Tropez.


Mick and Bianca Jagger on the Grand Canal in Venice after their honeymoon in Saint-Tropez, 1971.


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Natalie Wood gets a lift from her husband Robert Wagner, as they arrive at Penn Station for their honeymoon.


Rita Hayworth and husband Orson Welles en route to Acapulco, Mexico, for their second honeymoon, 1946.


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Princess Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh during their honeymoon in Malta, 1947.


John Lennon and Yoko Ono in bed during their honeymoon at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel. They told the press that they would stay in bed for seven days to protest violence.


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From: CR Fashion Book

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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