Just when you thought Pippa Middleton's honeymoon couldn't get any more dreamy, it appears her and husband, James Matthews, have added another leg to their trip.
Last week, the couple was reportedly staying in French Polynesia on Marlon Brando's private island, boasting 35 gorgeous guest villas along the beach. Sigh.
Some speculated the newlyweds might head to the Highlands in Scotland next —Matthews' father just happens to own a – but the pair was spotted yesterday in Sydney, Australia.
During the day, the newlyweds rode a water taxi over to a secluded waterside lunch at , and at night, even the iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Though the adventurous couple's time in Sydney was short – they've already jetted off to Darwin for a tour of the country's scenic – we still can't get over where they reportedly stayed in Sydney: In either the two-bedroom Opera Suite or the Sydney Suite at the luxury , according to Daily Mail. The latter goes for $19,000 a night.
Both suites are equally stunning, offering beautiful views of the Sydney Opera House, harbor and bridge, and contemporary neutral interiors with wood accents. Each suite also comes with a full kitchen and round-the-clock butler service.
Each also offers its own special perks. The Opera Suite, for instance, boasts six private balconies, while the Sydney Suite comes with its own sauna, spa tub, fireplace, and indoor-outdoor dining area.
The 155-room Park Hyatt Sydney, which once hosted , also offers three dining options, a rooftop pool and terrace, and a spa.
This is the life. Keep scrolling for a taste of the luxurious suites.