Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr and Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel married last month on May 27 in their home in Brentwood, California, surrounded by only 50 close friends and family members. The intimate ceremony was followed by an equally intimate honeymoon—a private jet (of course) to a private island in Fiji.
Shortly after the two tied the knot, the newlyweds flew to Fiji’s Laucala Island, owned by Red Bull cofounder Dietrich Mateschitz, and stayed in Mateschitz’s personal residence. The couple's vacation home of choice is one of only 25 villas and sits at the highest point on the island. A one-night stay at the resort costs nearly $60k a night, but when your net worth is over $3.8 billion, there’s no expense spared for the perfect romantic getaway.
Laucala Island, one of three privately owned islands off of the northeastern coast of Fiji, is a dreamy tropical paradise that includes white-sand beaches, lush rainforests, and crystal-clear waters. Each gorgeous villa includes dozens of private amenities, including a golf course, infinity pools, and access to a variety of water sports. Laucala’s variety of villas are all featured on different types of exotic terrain, so visitors can choose from views of the volcanic mountains to beachfront horizons, depending on the villa’s location. Unless, of course, you choose to rent the entire island, which will only cost you a cool $187,000 per night—but only for a five-night minimum.
Kerr has yet to post any photos of her honeymoon to Instagram, but we’re guessing that has something to do with the fact that her new hubby’s company is their biggest competitor (Spiegel still refuses to make an Instagram account.)