Feb 5 2013
The Daily Mail
Oh how marvellous. Little bald Willie and Kate Gold-Digger-Smith are having a well deserved romantic holiday in the Caribbean at a cut price £19,000 per week. To put that into perspective and in order to fully appreciate their sacrifice, one week on Mustique costs more than five years Job Seekers Allowance for a dirty sponger who can’t get a job because there are none that pay a living wage. Absolute bargain.
Thank God these two wonderful, wonderful deserving people are not in the same boat. I just hope and pray that more tyrannical measures are applied to the poor so as these two royal love birds can enjoy more of the same. Little Bald Willie works so hard at doing fuck all. He certainly deserves a week or two away from the strain of trading off of the nations misery.
Thank you so much for reporting on this major issue Daily Mail. It certainly does wonders for my feel good factor. After all, who wants to read about the government systematically starving to death the very people who elected them to serve their interests, when we can live our lives through the heir to the throne and his old slapper. This article is definitely deserved of going in the ‘World news’ section.
I do so hope they are having a super dooper time. Kate has had such a fucking hard time over the past few months, what with having to endure pregnancy and all that awful morning sickness just so as she can provide us with a new parasitic inbred to steal our money.
I do in fact know many people who have had everything they own stolen by her Majesty’s government. I know for a fact that these people, who through no fault of their own have had their children taken into care where they can be buggered rigid by their new carers, often say as they close the lid on their cardboard boxes, “if it wasn’t for our Royal family, life wouldn’t be worth living”. Those few kind words, never fail to move them to tears.
Keep up the good work Daily Mail and please, please do publish their holiday snaps. After all, most families will be lucky to get a weekend in Bognor this year so seeing how lovely Mustique is will surely cheer them up.
Or put another way; Are these cunts for fucking real. May I suggest someone goes and gets a rope for the parasitic, depraved, obnoxious, vomit inducing fanny farts. They are Sick, Sick, Sick. I fucking despise the cunts I do. Rebecca English, Hang your fucking head in shame you pathetic puppet.
- Royal couple fly to exclusive Caribbean island of Mustique for winter sun
- Michael and Carole Middleton joined them but have rented nearby property
- Duchess will visit Action on Addiction centre in SW London later this month
PUBLISHED: 14:42, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:28, 5 February 2013
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have jetted off to the Caribbean on holiday, as details of Kate’s first engagement of the year were announced today.
The royal couple are currently lapping up some winter sunshine in a £19,000-a-week luxury villa on the exclusive island of Mustique.
Kate’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, also flew out with them but have rented a property nearby in order to afford the parents-to-be some privacy.
Time abroad: The Duke (left) and Duchess of Cambridge (right) have jetted off to the Caribbean on holiday
Mustique is a private island in the Caribbean where Princess Margaret once had a holiday home and is frequented by stars including Mick Jagger.
MailOnline understands that William and Kate – who have holidayed on the island more than half a dozen times – are staying at a £5million, five-bedroom mansion, one of the most opulent on the island. We are not naming the villa for reasons of privacy and security.
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Each of the rooms has a private verandah with views of the ocean and canopied, four poster beds while the villa has its own team of staff.
It will be a welcome break for the future king and his wife, who are expecting their first baby in July.
Paradise: Mustique is a private island in the Caribbean where Princess Margaret once had a holiday home
The Duchess has been suffering from a form of acute pregnancy-related sickness which saw her hospitalised for four days before Christmas and has postponed her return to public engagements until now.
‘Their villa is the height of luxury and the perfect place to relax before the endless round of feeds and nappies begins’
‘Their villa is the height of luxury and the perfect place to relax before the endless round of feeds and nappies begins,’ said a source.
Today St James’s Palace announced that the Duchess will visit an Action on Addiction centre in Clapham, south-west London on February 19.
Kate, who is patron of the charity, will meet clients and staff at Hope House, a 23-bed residential treatment centre.
Engagement: The Duchess will visit an Action on Addiction in Clapham, south west London on February 19
The Action on Addiction programme at Hope House offers a safe, secure and comfortable place for women to recover from substance dependence and receive additional support for other compulsive disorders.
Many of Hope House’s clients have a history of difficult relationships and find an all-female environment a supportive place to work through issues and begin to recover.
The programme lasts 12 to 24 weeks and is suitable for women aged 18 and over who have undergone detoxification and first stage treatment.
During the programme, clients participate in daily groups and workshops where they share experiences, as well as one-to-one counselling in private therapy rooms.
MUSTIQUE: ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EXCLUSIVE HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS
Famed for his palm-fringed beaches and upmarket watering holes, Mustique is one of the most exclusive holiday destinations in the world.
Aerial view: As a private island, the paparazzi are banned – making it a Mecca for celebrities
The tiny Caribbean island was made famous in the 1960s when its owner, Lord Glenconner, gave the Queen’s late sister, Princess Margaret, a 10-acre plot of land as a wedding present.
Lord Glenconner bought the island, which had been left to wrack and ruin following the decline of the great sugar plantations in the 19th Century, for £45,000 in 1958.
In the early days, life on the island was simple: with little fresh water and dusty tracks for roads.
But the eccentric Scottish noble struck on the idea of parcelling up and selling off small pockets of land to carefully vetted buyers.
Princess Margaret commissioned theatrical designer, Oliver Messel, to build her a villa, Les Jolies Eaux. She adored Mustique because it was somewhere she could let her hair down away from prying eyes and public scrutiny.
Visitors included her cousin Lord Lichfield, who had a villa nearby, gangster John Bindon – with whom Princess Margaret is rumoured to have had an affair – and Mick Jagger.
It was here, too, that she conducted her long relationship with Roddy Llewellyn, a landscape gardener 17 years her junior.
Paradise: In 1989 Mustique Island was transformed from a family estate into a private limited company
Princess Margaret gave Les Jolies Eaux to her son, Lord Linley, when he married in 1998, but, much to her distress, he quickly sold it.
In 1989 Mustique Island was transformed from a family estate into a private limited company – The Mustique Company – with the 100 or so homeowners as shareholders.
Its status as a private island means that the paparazzi are banned – making it a Mecca for celebrities including Amy Winehouse, Mick Jagger and David Bowie.
The island’s only watering hole, Basil’s Bar, and its legendary ‘jump-up’ sees rock and roll stars sipping rum punch next royalty without a care in the world.
Wealthy holidaymakers are attracted by the island’s balmy climate and beautiful beaches. There is no ‘out of season’ as Mustique is far enough south to avoid hurricanes and enjoys temperatures of around 24C (75F) to 27C (80F) all year round.
It is also one of the safest places in the Caribbean. The only murder in Mustique’s recent history occurred 10 years ago when a French heiress was found stabbed to death in her villa – a crime that has never been solved.
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