The duchess, young prince and her family stayed in the $18,000-a-week, four-bedroom Rocina villa, on Mustique's west coast
Just your typical family vacation. Royal family, that is.
Prince George and his mother Kate had it good when they stayed in the $18,000-a-week, four-bedroom Rocina villa, on Mustique’s west coast.
The available amenities included views of the sea, luxurious verandas, tennis courts and a chlorine-free pool surrounded by lush tropical gardens.
After connecting from the U.K. in St. Lucia, Kate and George arrived on Mustique with her brother, James, on Jan. 25.
While the nanny wasn’t along for the trip, the villa was staffed with a chef, two housekeepers and a gardener.
This wasn’t the first time Kate stayed at the villa, having been there in 2008 when she and Prince William were still dating. Last year, the couple returned for a babymoon, with she, William and the Middletons taking the Aurora villa.
By Feb. 3, the family was reunited at Kensington Palace, where William had stayed behind to continue with his agriculture course at Cambridge University.
Once home to a rainy London, Kate was apparently spotted pushing George in his Silver Cross pram, in the park adjacent to her Kensington Palace home.
Kate will next be seen in public at a gala evening at the National Portrait Gallery, on Feb. 11, and will then visit an art therapy class for one of her charities, the Art Room, on Feb. 14.
For more on Kate and George’s Caribbean vacation, pick up the new issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday
• With reporting by AMANDA ORR