The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kicked back in a ‘billionaires’ playground’ of mansions on their recent getaway to Ibiza.
The pair took baby Archie to the secluded Vista Alegre complex of luxury homes overlooking the sea.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle flew to the island on a private jet before being taken to the resort by car.
Locals said they noticed security had been beefed up during the royal couple’s stay.
One told The Sun: ‘The area has been built to a high specification and is a billionaires’ playground so the security staff know what they are doing.’
It can cost more than £25,000 to stay for a week in one of the villas, which overlook Porroig bay on south-west coast of the Spanish island.
One of the most expensive, Sa Calma, would set you back £120,000 a week and has been stayed in by the likes of DJ David Guetta and Sir Paul McCartney.
It comes complete with a 50 metre pool, a house manager, a chef, waitress and its own Range Rover Autobiography with its own driver.
If that’s not quite enough, you can also arrange a butler, yoga instructor and personal trainer to come to the villa.
Harry and Meghan raised eyebrows after taking a private jet to the south of France on Wednesday, despite having encouraged the public to do what they can to reduce their carbon footprint.
Their flight to Nice on a 12-seater Cessna came weeks after they took a private jet to Sicily to attend a Google Camp summit on climate change.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment on who paid for the couple’s Ibiza flights.
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