Prince George’s favourite part of his summer holiday has been revealed – and we’re sure other kids will be able to relate.
- Prince George’s favourite part of his family holiday has been revealed
- The Cambridge family returned to Mustique this summer
- This royal news comes just after the young prince celebrated his sixth birthday on the island
Prince George just returned from a luxury holiday with his family.
Prince William and Kate Middleton took their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis away on a summer trip to the private Carribbean island of Mustique, which is situated in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
The Caribbean destination is a favourite for the Cambridge family, who also holidayed there last summer.
Reportedly staying in the island’s Villa Antilles, which costs a massive £27,000 a week to stay in, the family are able to enjoy a gorgeous infinity pool with a Jacuzzi, an open dining pavilion, a study room, a drinks bar and four bedrooms.
In the luxury summer home, which looks out onto the islands of Bequia, Saint Vincent and the gorgeous blue water, the Cambridge children can also enjoy their own bedroom that comes with two bunk beds, whale decorations on the wall and an elephant laundry basket.
And this is reportedly Prince George’s favourite part of the £54,000 trip.
According to the sun, the young royal, who celebrated his sixth birthday while out in the Caribbean with his family, loves the bunk beds that come in the kids’ bedroom.
A royal expert told the Sun: ‘They are going to Mustique again. It is incredibly private and incredibly discreet but not remote.
‘They know and trust the staff who work there and they are creatures of habit.
‘Kate used to go there, the Middletons used to go there. The family love it.’
The luxury villa, which was built in 2016 and is owned by property developer and friend of Prince William Andrew Dunn, also offers premium services that run throughout the day and night including a butler, a chef, a gardener and a housekeeper.