After Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent Josh Flagg married Bobby Boyd in a glamorous ceremony at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the couple promptly winged away for their honeymoon in paradise. That's where Jet Set caught up with them for some intimate (really intimate) talk about their epic celebration of love in the South Pacific.
Speaking from the Four Seasons Bora Bora's lagoon-front Sunset Bar — yes, right at sunset, and yes, just as a sprinkling of refreshing rain resulted in an auspicious rainbow overhead — the pair talked about their dreamy days in Tahiti, and their plans for the rest of the trip (clip above).
So what were grooms as fabulous as these two up to on their honeymoon? "Nothing," Josh said. "Boring, right?" Bobby chimed in.
Well, Bobby clarified: "Boring for other people. But for us, we sleep in. We go to bed at like 8:30. We drink wine, we drink champagne, we eat."
Oh, and that's not all: Josh emphasized his husband's description — and upped the ante. "We drink a lot. We have sex," he said.
Bobby said emphatically, "We have lots of sex — everywhere."
And by everywhere, they meant everywhere. "We have a two-bedroom villa," Josh said. "We don’t even need the second room but we wanted to have sex in there just so we could say we could." For reference, the luxe property's two-bedroom villas on the beach comprise more than 3,000 square feet, with their own private pools, hot tubs, and beach access.
And yes, the couple took advantage of all that (ahem) real estate. According to Bobby, they had sex at "the beach, the pool, the private pool, the Jacuzzi."
And what's a honeymoon without steamy surprises, after all?
"I jumped in the water in my Speedo, but then I thought, why not?" Bobby said. "I just took it off and got naked. It was very Mariah Carey 'Honey' video in Puerto Rico — but in Bora Bora!"
Indeed a destination as pristine as this French Polynesian island — synonymous with romance, beauty, and mystery — just brings out the adventure in anyone, let alone a newlywed in love.
"That is what this place brings out in you — it brings out just like your true self," Bobby said. "If you have no worries in life, everyone can be happy. And right now we have no worries! We’re not planning a wedding, we’re not building our house. We just get to be newlyweds." (Watch as Josh then joked with his new hub, "Don't touch me.")
As for the rest of their days in paradise, at that stage the pair hadn't planned many specifics — and that was by design — but they had plenty of ideas. "We have a really fun Polynesian barbecue at our villa, dancers with fire [coming to entertain us]," Bobby shared. "I think we might do a sunset catamaran tour around the lagoon. [Josh wants] to do shark swimming. My new thing is jet skiing. I did it on my bachelor party and I made [Josh] do it in St. Tropez."
And then: "St. Tropez? Oh no, it was when we were at [Hotel] du Cap [Eden-Roc, in Antibes in the South of France]."
Sigh. Who could pinpoint a single spectacular specific in the midst of such an enviable jet-setting life for these newlyweds? And the adventure is only just beginning.