Prince William And Kate Middleton, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Papped at Airport Carrying Thier Luggages Themselves

February 10, 2015 12:48 am

The
Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge looked very much like ordinary parents as they strode
through St. Lucia’s tiny airport.They  spent the last two weeks in a
£14,000 Caribbean villa but, the absence of servants or security
protocols are clear as they were papped boarding a British Airways
plane.  The Duke was laden
with bags While the Duchess was seen carrying their young son.
The
family was seen boarding  as they prepared to
travel back to London, following their annual holiday on the island of
Mustique. Kate,
who is almost seven months pregnant, and William were on the island to
celebrate Carole Middleton’s 60th birthday on the 31st January, as well
as for a final family break before they become parents for a second time
in April.

They might
have spent the last two weeks in a £14,000 Caribbean villa but, laden
with bags and carrying their young son, the Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge looked very much like any other set of parents as they strode
through St. Lucia’s tiny airport.
The
family was seen boarding a British Airways plane as they prepared to
travel back to London, following their annual holiday on the island of
Mustique.
Kate,
who is almost seven months pregnant, and William were on the island to
celebrate Carole Middleton’s 60th birthday on the 31st January, as well
as for a final family break before they become parents for a second time
in April.
William,
meanwhile, got the job of carrying the hand luggage and clutched a
floral-print holdall from Cath Kidston as he made his way into the plane
behind one of the couple’s two protection officers.
The
couple have spent the last two weeks at the Villa Rocina on the
secluded island of Mustique, with the Middleton clan, including James,
27, and Pippa, 31.
They
were there for Mrs Middleton’s birthday celebrations, which, according
to sources, was fun, informal and noisy and included bespoke cocktails
created especially for the event.
Along
with Pippa and James, rumoured guests included Basil Charles, the owner
of Mustique’s much-loved Basil’s Bar, and the island’s resident doctor
Michael Bunbury and his wife Lotty.

What a gentleman the Duke of Cambridge is. Whilst we can’t quite see
what the Duchess is wearing to fly home from their annual holiday on the
island of Mustique, luckily we can get a load of the couples’ luggage!

Ask any parent and they’ll tell you that when
travelling on a long haul flight with a one-year-old, only a bag of
Mary Poppins proportions will do. And who better to turn to than cult
brand Cath Kidston, whose vintage-inspired floral prints have got
countless fans, including our favourite little prince?

We spotted Catherine carrying a polka dot
print Cath Kidston holdall when en route to Canada, plus of course the
guardsman print tank top that gorgeous little George wore in his
official Christmas portrait was by the brand.

We love the contrast stripe print strap on
this style, as well as the perfectly sized pockets. Unfortunately, it is
now all sold out, but click (right) to buy a very similar version in
the sale.

Or join the jet set by shopping our edit of
similar bags below. Fly the flag with a floral Union Jack bag from
Accessorize, or Topshop’s tapestry tote is the ideal size for all your
in-flight essentials.

Those not
invited included Mrs Middleton’s brother Gary Goldsmith, whose colourful
lifestyle has proved embarrassing on occasion.
Also
off the guest list was James’ girlfriend Donna Air, 35, and Pippa’s
boyfriend Nico Jackson, also 35, who were dropped due to limited space
at Villa Rocina.
The
couple are heading back for the start of an intense period of
engagements, beginning with the Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to
Hampshire on Thursday.
32-year-old
William is currently studying for the pilot’s licence that will enable
him to fly EC145 T2 aircraft when he joins the East Anglia Air Ambulance
Service this summer.
Although
the prince is already qualified to fly a Sea King helicopter, his new
role requires five months of training, which he is currently completing,
14 exams and a flight test.
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