Pregnant Kate Middleton, Prince William, Jet Off to Mustique, Enjoy Caribbean Vacation [PHOTOS]


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly enjoying relaxing vacation in the relaxing Caribbean island of Mustique as of present.

In a report filed earlier today, it was said that the royal-parents-to-be jetted off to spend a couple of days in Mustique, a lush tropical spot located in the Grenadine Islands of St. Vincent in the Caribbean. The Prince just finished his long shift at the military and aims to spend some quiet time with her pregnant wife.

Sources say that Kate's parents, Jim and Carole, accompanied the couple in the said vacation. Sources also say that William and Catherine are staying at a £19,000-per-week vacation villa in the island, though no photos are still surfacing.

"Both William and Kate were hoping her condition would not stop her from making the eight-hour flight to Barbados and the connection to Mustique," said a source to British tabloid, The Sun.

The Duchess' morning sickness ailment has been giving her a difficult start with her pregnancy, but the vacation surely indicates that Catherine is feeling a lot better and gaining her strength back.

"A month ago such a journey would have been unthinkable for her, so this is a clear sign she has made a virtual recovery." added the source in the same The Sun report.

It looks like the Duchess is ready to flaunt her baby bump on the white, sandy, beaches of Mustique. Here's to hoping there will be no intruding paparazzi that will ruin the Duke and Duchess'private vacation.

Meanwhile, everybody, including famous people, seems to be excited about Catherine's pregnancy. Actress, Kiera Knightley, expressed her joy on the upcoming birth of the Royal heir.

"I'm over the moon about the royal baby," gushed Knightley in an interview with Marie Claire magazine

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