Many celebrities have chosen the Bahamas and the Caribbean for the sites of their lavish holiday homes and resorts.
Hurricane Irma has reduced much in its path to uninhabitable rubble, and famous faces risk having their properties destroyed, while others are stranded on the islands and having to wait out the storm.
Here is a list of all the celebrities affected by Irma.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star's private Little Hall's Pond Cay on the Bahamas is in the path of the storm, which is due to hit the area by the weekend.
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He bought the getaway in 2004 for close to $3.6million.
Pippa Middleton's in-laws
The in-laws of the sister of the Duchess of Cambridge have propery on Irma-hit St Barts.
The Eden Rock Hotel in St Barts, an A-list favourite, was wrecked by the Category 5 storm.
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Hurricane Irma could prove personally costly for Donald Trump as a number of his luxury properties are in its devastating path - including one of his favourites, Mar-a-Lago.
The storm has already left at least 10 dead and is wreaking havoc in the Caribbean as it heads towards Cuba and America.
The President’s Caribbean mansion, Le Chateau des Palmiers, is based on the Island of St Martin, which has already suffered significant damage.
Officials on the small island said 95 per cent of it had been flattened as Irma hit this morning, including its airport. However the status of Mr Trump’s 11-bedroom property is currently unknown.
Other lavish Trump properties at risk from Irma include Trump Towers, three 45-storey condo towers on Sunny Isles Beach. Some of the high-end flats in the development have gone for as much as $3m (£2.2m).
Mr Trump also owns three luxury golf courses in Florida: Trump National Golf Club, in Jupiter, Trump International Golf Course, in West Palm Beach, and Trump National Doral Miami.
Forced to hide in his wine cellar from the storm, the entrepreneur has been keeping a stiff upper lip despite the fact his island of Necker is, according to him, pretty much destroyed.
He has been sharing his sanctuary with his staff and wrote on his blog that he expects them to get through much of the wine - and that the experience has been a bit like a slumber party.
The British billionaire said that his team on the island were all safe, having hidden in a concrete cellar, but that buildings and trees on the island had been swept away.
"It is a traumatic time here in the British Virgin Islands," Sir Richard said via satellite phone for a blog post on his Virgin website. "I have never seen anything like this hurricane."
"All of the team who stayed on Necker and Moskito during the hurricane are safe and well. We took shelter from the strongest hurricane ever inside the concrete cellar on Necker and very, very fortunately it held firm. Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by the disaster elsewhere in the BVI, Caribbean and beyond," Sir Richard wrote.
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The Shrek actor owns an island in the Bahamas, which could be at risk from the hurricane.
He could see his Rooster Cay home damaged over the weekend.
Bruce Willis and Keith Richards
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The two both have property on Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos.
Chelsea owner has property in Saint Barthelemy which has likely been destroyed in the hurricane.
His mansion is on the island, which was hit so severely by the storm that trees were ripped from the ground by their roots and houses were turned to rubble.
The Hips Don't Lie singer has property in Miami, which could be hit by Irma over the weekend.
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Oprah Winfrey has an opulent home in Antigua, which was battered by the storm.
#tbt to our amazing trip at Jumby Bay this summer. We are thinking of our friends in Antigua and everyone else in Hurricane Irma's path. If anyone needs help getting a flight out of Florida dm and I am happy to help.
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Her mansion is on the usually peaceful island of Jumby Bay.
Forbes said of it “when she wants crystal-clear Caribbean water and perfect palm trees, she returns to her playground on Antigua”.