Britney Flys To Turtle Island

Pop star Britney Spears and her new husband Kevin Federline have jetted in to Fiji for their honeymoon on an exclusive island resort.

The couple, who exchanged vows last month but didn't formalise their marriage until last week, stepped off a private jet at Nadi airport on Monday.

They were dressed casually, with leis draped around their necks and carrying plastic shopping bags.

The diva and her dancer husband then transferred to a sea plane and were whisked away to their private hideaway on Turtle Island.

The island, the setting for the Brooke Shields movie Blue Lagoon, is a renowned resort specialising in weddings and honeymoons where the very basic lodge costs about $2700 a night.

But if the newlyweds really hoped to get away from it all, then they may have taken the option to rent the entire island - a mere $345,000 for the week.

Other celebrities who have holidayed there include Nicole Kidman, Ringo Starr, Michelle Pfeiffer and Pierce Brosnan.

About the same time as Mrs Federline was touching down at the tropical paradise, an open letter written to her fans was posted on her official website in which she explained she was "taking some time off".

"My prerogative right now is to just chill and let all of the other overexposed blondes on the cover of Us Weekly be your entertainment," she wrote.

"Right now, I have to go - I really want to watch Saved with Mandy Moore and re-runs of Sex and the City."

Spears also expressed her desire to have children, fuelling rumours that she may already be pregnant.

"Being married is GREAT and I can't wait to start my family! There is so much change going on right now ... not only with me, but in the world, as well.

"P.S. Kevin and I are finally able to take our honeymoon!!"

It's Spears's second honeymoon this year. In January, she wed her childhood friend Jason Alexander in a quickie marriage in Las Vegas "to see what it was like".

The honeymoon - and the marriage - lasted about 50 hours. Thanks affiliate britneyspears.org.