- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent their summer vacation in the idyllic location of Mustique.
- Prince George celebrated his sixth birthday during the family vacation.
- Town & Country reports that the Cambridges stayed at "Villa Antilles, a five-bedroom colonial style abode owned by Prince William's friend Andrew Dunn."
Kate Middleton and Prince William have been taking some much deserved vacation time in Mustique. Along with their three adorable children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, reportedly attended the trip as well.
According to The Sun, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stayed in a "£27,000-a-week villa" (almost $33,000-a-week), for 14 days. According to the publication, the villa boasts five bedrooms, along with "a chef, butler, housekeeper, and private garden." Basically, the vacation spot has just about everything you could ever need or want.
Villa Antilles is apparently owned by Andrew Dunn, who just so happens to be a friend of Prince William. The secluded property was built in 2016 and has its own infinity pool.
This isn't the first time that Kate and William have vacationed on Mustique. The couple reportedly took their family to the destination in 2018, where they were spotted partying at Mustique's Basil Bar. At the time, Hello! magazine reported, "They were there for the cocktails segment and kept it rather classy," while both royals donned "island chic" outfits. Rock star Mick Jagger was also in attendance at the event.
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