Royal holidays are always big news, especially when they're luxurious. Prince George celebrated his 6th birthday in Mustique (fancy) and the Cambridge family reportedly stayed in a villa with a hefty five figure price tag (£27,000 for the week, apparently).
So you'd think that any royal getaway would be heavily reported, right?
But Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, arguably the most watched couple on the planet, managed to sneak off on a nice little holiday without anyone knowing.
Previous reports suggested that baby Archie's first holiday would be to South Africa when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex head on tour in the autumn. However, it seems that the three-month-old's first trip has been and gone, and he has been living his best life in Ibiza with his parents.
According to The Daily Star, Harry and Meghan took a private jet to the island on August 6th, just after Meghan's birthday, and landed back in the UK earlier this week. The report claims that the couple jet off to the island with a security entourage and also had five Spanish escorts during their trip.
Buckingham Palace told the publication that they wouldn't comment on the Sussex's 'private time'.
It's not Meghan's first trip to Ibiza, as she flew to the popular summer destination with pals in 2016.
Not a bad first holiday for baby Archie, eh?
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