This is what Pippa and James might do in the NT

The newlyweds go bush on leg three of their honeymoon.

By Amber Elias
Pippa Middleton and husband James Matthews have landed in Darwin after a whistle-stop tour of Sydney.
The Top End is the third part of the newlyweds' honeymoon, and we bet they're going to love it.
After all, what's the opposite of cold England? Undoubtedly the balmy Northern Territory.
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews land in Darwin.
While we wait and see what Pippa and James actually gets up to in the Northern Territory, these are the three things Tourism Northern Territory have pegged to be the most romantic and luxurious activities the two might be up to while they visit the Territory.

3. Bamurru Plains

There’s no WiFi, mobile phone reception and TV at Bamurru Plains, a bush lodge on the floodplains of the Mary River, which makes it the perfect getaway for the newlyweds.
Pippa and James can relax on their private balcony, away from prying eyes while watching the wildlife, such as buffalo, birds, crocodiles, wild horses and wallabies, stroll past.
Bamurru Plains

2. Uluru

This one is obvious, because it shouldn't be missed. We hope the couple stop by the ancient, scared monolith, like the royals before them. No doubt Duchess Catherine gave her sister some sightseeing tips for the area.
Duchess Catherine and Prince William visited Uluru in 2014.

1. Longitude 131

If there's any hotel they might consider staying at while in the outback, it's Longitude 131. With uninterrupted views of Uluru and the option to sleep out under the stars, Pippa and James would be able to wake up to the sun rising over red dust plains. The resort also offers an exclusive dining experience, where guests are invited to eat outdoors, all while watching traditional performances.
The exclusive Longitude 131.
What they actually have planned remains a mystery so if you're in the Top End right now, keep an eye out as you never know where you might spot the royal-in-law.