The couple - who married in Florence, Italy in May - enjoyed a brief break to Cork, Limerick and Laois in Ireland, after their nuptials and though they were spotted out and about on a number of occasions, it seems as if they were planning to spend most of their time indoors.
A leaked email from Patricia L. Blanche, owner of LCF Custom Travel & Tours, to Siobhan Byrne Learat of Adams & Butler Luxury Travel has been obtained by RadarOnline.com and reads: ''From what we're hearing, it would appear they're going to spend plenty of downtime at the Castle, and are looking forward to watching movies and just spending alone time together. I know you've already brought in a large TV (get the biggest one you can) and they have requested a DVD collection be brought in.
''Might want to pick up some playing cards too.''
Patricia - who also advised the TV be hooked up to Netflix or another streaming site - went on to hint that her famous clients could be demanding.
She added: ''I would expect that last-minute requests like this will start to roll in now; this is how they operate and it makes it a real challenge for everyone!''
A separate email detailed other requests for the couple, which included extra throws and pillows, an Irish flag be flying, a hot tub placed on standby, candles be lit before arrival and even an alternative property in case the famous couple disliked their first choice.
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