Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stayed in a luxury resort dubbed the 'billionaire's playground' during their trip to Ibiza with son Archie, it has been claimed.
The stunning complex – which boasts sea views and complete privacy – offers high-end villas costing in the region of £120,000 a week.
DJ David Guetta and Sir Paul McCartney are among other famous faces said to have chosen it as their holiday destination of choice.
Meghan and Harry reportedly flew by private jet and were then chauffeured to to the Vista Alegre gated resort to soak up the Balearic islands sunshine days after Meghan celebrated her 38th birthday.
They are believed to have spent six days on the island – where Meghan has previously holidayed with friends.
The totally secluded villas are on a hillside overlooking Porroig bay on the Spanish island’s south-west coast.
Pictures of the apartments show opulent furnishings and amenities which include private beach access, infinity pool, water front gym and Jacuzzi.
There is also a separate professional kitchen and live-in housekeepers.
The most expensive villas are listed at £20,000 per week, but the price of others on enquiry rises to up to £120,000 per week.
Locals said the already-tight security presence was increased while they were in the complex.
One told The Sun: “The area has been built to a high specification and is a billionaires’ playground so the security staff know what they are doing.”
A source told MailOnline the Royals landed in Ibiza with 'several taxpayer-funded Met Police bodyguards.'
They claimed that five close protection officers from the Spanish security forces joined the group escorting them to their private villa.
One of the most exclusive villas is the £120,000-a-week Sa Calma.
It is said to have been hired by multi millionaire DJ David Guetta, and Sir Paul McCartney.
The impeccable mansion features a massive double height 'grand living room' with massive glass sliding doors providing a view to the sea over a 54 yard infinity pool.
On the upper floor are the master bedroom and two guest bedrooms.
Outside there is a vast al fresco dining area, various lounging sections, surrounding grass lawns and palm trees.
Its website says it was "designed to maximize comfort and create an easy going lifestyle throughout the property in a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere as well as reach luxury standards in a sophisticated and discreet fashion".
It adds: "Ultimate beauty and harmony were pursued while respecting the limitations of the surrounding nature, fusing local Ibizan architecture with avant guard elements."
Buckingham Palace declined to comment.
The Majorca Daily Bulletin said Harry and Meghan travelled with their own security team and avoided cameras.
A source said: “No images emerged of the Duke and Duchess, who stayed at a villa well away from the cameras.”
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