Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton often jet off to the secluded sanctuary of Mustique for a touch of rest and relaxation. Comprising an endless haven of deserted sands, cerulean waters and lavish cottages, the tiny Caribbean island is as famed for its unspoiled exotic beauty as for its impressive list of celebrity visitors – think David Bowie and design star Tommy Hilfiger.
This upscale hideaway has long been a favourite holiday destination of William and Kate, and was first given the royal seal of approval by William's great-aunt, the late Princess Margaret, who constructed the villa Les Jolies Eaux which still stands majestically in the hilltop vistas.
HELLO! Online profiles their little spot of paradise, and explores just what the popular British royal duo might be up to during their first class getaways. It's all here: from snorkelling and sunbathing, to five-star dining under the balmy skies.