Traditionally, the royal family takes a break in the late summer, and Kate Middleton and Prince William have made a habit out of spending some of that time on Mustique, a private island in the Caribbean.
Kate, Will, and their kids were spotted on the isle this year, after doing the same in 2018—and thanks to some reporting in the Sun, this time, royal watchers now know exactly where on Mustique they stayed. The Cambridge family took over Villa Antilles, a five-bedroom colonial style abode owned by Prince William's friend Andrew Dunn.
Four live-in staffers support the property, including a chef. Between them and Carole and Michael Middleton (Kate's parents, who reportedly joined the family on their vacation) the royal couple had plenty of support, giving them time to relax, too.
Mustique has been a royal-approved getaway for decades, dating back to Princess Margaret's stays on the island in the 1970s, and it's little wonder why. In addition to boasting picturesque beaches and luxurious accommodations, the island takes security and privacy very seriously, making it an ideal destination for celebrities and royals alike.
"Every island visitor is registered with our security team before arriving on island by land, air or sea, whether staff, local islander or guest to ensure the security team know who is on island at any one time," the island's website boasts. A former Scotland Yard Chief even leads Mustqiue's security outfit.
After an enjoyable two weeks at Villa Antilles, the royals are reportedly back home in England—and presumably a bit more well-rested than before their vacation.
You Might Also Like