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The Royal Couple take a babymoon to Mustique Island
Prince William and Kate Middleton have proven that they know how to relax while expecting their first baby. The royal pair have joined Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael, for a retreat on the private Caribbean island of MustiqueÂ for a peaceful and intimate vacation. Staying on separate properties from her parents, the young couple has a beautiful five-bedroom villa all to themselves, surrounded by gorgeous views of the Caribbean and the nearby Grenadine islands, according to Us Weekly.
Adorned in Balinese artwork and vintage decor, the bungalow also boasts its own 64-foot swimming pool and terrace, as well as a dining patio for al fresco meals, which are certainly the preferred option when you’re staying somewhere with such a perfect climate.
Checking out the social scene
Spots they’ve frequented on past visits to the tranquil island include Firefly, a piano bar on the island, and Basil’s Bar, a casual yet luxurious beachside bar that actually sits on stilts atop the Caribbean Sea. The Mustique Blues Festival kicks off at the beginning of each year, so the Middleton family and Prince William might have caught some of the action, as it came to a close on February 6.
The news source also reports that to get from their luxury rental to spots like Basil’s, the pairÂ uses a golf buggy whenever they need it. If this time around they’re too comfortable to venture from their accommodations, they have everything they need at their fingertips – a six-person staff, which includes a personal butler and chef.
According to People magazine, their cozy villa is completely tucked away from the main road, andÂ the beachÂ below, all people can see is the top of the pitched roof.Â
Which villa is theirs?
The beautiful Mustique has numerous private villas that would please any traveler, but for such a regal couple, only the best of the best will do. Spending a reported $25,000 to $30,000 per week, the pair might be staying in a villa resort like Clonsilla, which has all the luxuries that sources have reported Prince William and Kate Middleton are enjoying. A private gazebo, open patio, five spacious bedrooms, six staff members, a massive swimming pool and gorgeous views are only a few of the perks you’ll enjoy while staying in this pristine home.