Inside Kate Middleton and Prince William’s 2019 Mustique £27K per week holiday

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Mustique is a firm favourite with members of The Royal Family, thanks to its super-tight security, a no-fly zone and every visitor to the island being registered with security.

The private island which is located in the islands of St Vincent and the Grenadines is known for welcoming A-listers such as Kate Moss, Noel and Liam Gallagher and Johnny Depp to name a few.

However several senior members of The Royal Family have opted to sunbathe on the exotic beaches, taking in the hot Caribbean sunshine while they switch off from the outside world.

Princess Margaret, the Queen's late sister was a known lover of the island, once building a home on the plot of land that had been gifted to her by Colin Tennant.

The Princess often jetted to the more tropical climates in order to reside at her home on the island, Les Jolies Eaux, noting it was "the only place she relaxes".

Most recently, Prince William and his wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge have holidays on the exclusive island back in 2019 while celebrating the sixth birthday of Prince George.

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The royal couple who will one day become King and Queen enjoyed a serene break at one of the islands stunning villas, Villa Antilles, which was built just five years ago.

Vila Antillies is owned by a friend of William, property developer Andrew Dunn, who rents the property out for a staggering £27,000 per week – depending on the time of the year.

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The home which features five bedrooms, as well as dedicated housing for onsite staff, certainly doesn't hold back on luxury.

Three of the grand bedrooms have their own garden, while the master suite where William and Catherine would have stayed has stunning views across the bay as well as a close view of the beautiful infinity pool.

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During their stay, Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis certainly would have been entertained around the clock, whether that be in the children's room that is complete with bunk beds and decorative sea animals on the wall, or in the media room.

The Cambridge's choice of relaxing holiday home also includes its own jacuzzi as well as a professional chef on hand to whip up the most delicious treats for the family.

A description of Villa Antillies reads: "Antilles is an exceptional new contemporary colonial-style villa set in the Endeavour Hills, with a captivating outlook to Bequia and St Vincent beyond.

"The focus is on al fresco dining at Antilles. With a choice of indoor and outdoor dining locations and a trained chef, menus can be tailored to suit every taste and preference."

Those who wish to holiday on Mustique fly in on the islands very own airline, from a choice of two airports – Barbados or St Lucia or, if you're lucky enough, you can arrange to charter your own private jet or boat to take you to the island.

However, flights can't land on Mustique at night as the runway has no lights, so all flights operate during the daylight hours.

On the plus side, despite being in the Caribbean, the island is at very minimal risk to hurricanes so you're guaranteed safety while lapping up the sun.

  • Prince George
  • Prince William
  • Royal Family
  • Kate Middleton Duchess Of Cambridge

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