After her ordeal suffering from acute morning sickness and even ending up in hospital, we think Kate Middleton needs some time out.
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Royal expert Robert Jobson tweeted: "MUM-to-be the Duchess of Cambridge has jetted to the Caribbean for a holiday with Prince William."
Kate Middleton's last public appearance, where she was looking much better following her morning sickess ordeal. …Apparently the royal pair (and the baby bump) are staying in a £19,000-a-week villa in Mustique. What a bargain. Ahem.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's luxurious stay doesn't end there - the villa has a games room, an infinity pool AND a sea view.
Kate and Wills also have company - her parents are staying in another villa nearby, meaning her mum Carole will be on hand to help, should Kate's morning sickness return.
Kate's mum, Carole (left) and her dad, Michael, are also in Mustique. Copyright [Rex]Prince William and Kate Middleton announced her pregnancy in December after she was hospitalised with severe morning sickness.
Prince William said at the time: "I don’t know why they call it morning sickness – they should call it all-day and all-night sickness. It’s a long old process but she is getting there. She feels like it is going to go on forever.”
This is where Prince William and Kate Middleton are staying. Looks nice doesn't it? Copyright [Rex]Prince Harry recently spoke out about how he felt it was unfair that Kate and William were forced to announce that she was pregnant earlier than they would've liked.
He said: "I think it was very unfair that they were forced to publicise it when they weren't ready, but that's just the media for you. I literally am very very happy for them, but I hope she and him, mainly Catherine, hopefully gets the necessary protection to allow her as a mother, to be able to enjoy the privacy."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting the pitter patter of tiny royal feet in July - and we cannot wait.