The royal couple is reportedly on a much-needed holiday in the ultra-exclusive island in the Caribbean.
Pregnant Kate Middleton and her spouse Prince William have temporarily left the dreary London weather in exchange for a luxurious holiday in Mustique Island of the Grenadines. The royal couple reportedly flew to the ultra-exclusive island to meet up with Middleton's parents, Carole and Michael, who had gone ahead a few days before them.
According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are vacationing in a $30,000-a-week luxury villa that has an infinity pool, game rooms and a private terrace. After a bout with acute morning sickness that sent her to the King Edward VII's Hospital in London back in December, the Duchess of Cambridge has since recovered and is now apparently ready to celebrate with her party-loving spouse. They are supposedly showing up on Basil's Bar on February 6 for a "Jump Up" party.
The recent royal getaway is deemed to be a "babymoon," a one last romantic trip before the couple finally welcomes their first child. According to an unnamed source, "They both endured an eight-hour flight to Barbados and the connection to Mustique." The source said, "A month ago, such a journey would have been unthinkable for her, so this is a clear sign she has made a virtual recovery," referring to the morning sickness that Middleton experienced during the early period of her pregnancy.
The 31-year-old Duchess and her 30-year-old husband are expecting their first baby due in July. The baby news is the latest in the string of all-important life events in the couple's relationship, following their engagement in 2010 and their wedding in April 2011. The two honeymooned in Seychelles soon after their grand wedding.