The royal couple have left baby George behind with the grandparents - a fact that has angered some mums and the Daily Mail alike - to go on a couples holiday to the right posh Cheval Blanc resort.
Staying on the Randheli Island, the LVMH owned resort boasts five restaurants, one of which is run by a three Michelin starred chef, and charges £50 for a burger. A burger?! Oh the humanity.
But if burgers aren't the Duchess' bag - you can go to an all you can eat barbecue buffet on the beach for £150 a head.
Apparently a return flight to the resort will also set you back £1,200, and guests must be transferred by the resort's private sea plane.
It is difficult to tell if the British public are more annoyed with the couple's audasity to go away without their seven month old son, or that they are going somewhere that posh while the rest of us are considering collection coupons for a holiday camp.
Is it wrong for Kate Middleton & Prince William to go on such expensive holidays?
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No - doesn't bother me at all. They do a lot of good for the economy. 37.63%
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