Prince William and Kate Middleton were living in the lap of luxury on their recent family vacation. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a tropical getaway to Mustique with their three young children—Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and one-year-old Prince Louis. According to The Sun, Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, joined the royals on the trip. While on the private Caribbean island, the family reportedly stayed at the scenic Villa Antilles, which rents for nearly $33,000 per week. The stunning five-bedroom villa, set in the Endeavour Hills, comes equipped with a private staff, including a chef, butler, housekeeper, and gardener. The island hideaway also features an infinity pool, jacuzzi, open dining pavilion, and private garden, perfect for the Cambridge children to play in.
The contemporary colonial style villa was built in 2016, and is owned by William’s longtime friend Andrew Dunn, a property developer. The Cambridges flew to the Caribbean earlier this month, where they celebrated George’s sixth birthday on July 22. The island is a favorite of Kate’s and the Middletons. With a no-fly zone enforced over Mustique, and the discretion of other guests, the royals are able to relax away from the public eye.
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