Inside Meghan Markle's 7-bed birthday villa in Ibiza that costs £108,000 a week

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Meghan Markle celebrated her 38th birthday with Prince Harry at a luxurious private villa in Ibiza which costs £108,000 a week to rent, according to reports.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and son Archie are reported to have enjoyed a six-day stay at the incredibly plush Sa Calma villa on the exclusive Vista Alegre estate.

The property has seven bedrooms, a gym, a jacuzzi and its own 50 metre infinity pool.

The villa lies close to the picturesque village of Es Cubells on the south-western coast of Ibiza.

A description on a luxury villa rental website reads: “Sa Calma in an amazing exclusive front line villa with direct access to the sea.

One of the seven bedrooms

Meghan and Harry enjoyed some down time in Ibiza after a hectic few months as new parents

 

“The property is in Vista Alegre, one of the most sought after urbanisations on the island of Ibiza which is perfectly positioned, close to the beaches of Cala Jondal, Es Torrent and Es Cubells.

“Just moments away to the breathtaking beach where you can swim in the gorgeous azure ocean, jet ski on the top of the rolling waves and scuba dive deep down into the depths of the wondrous sea.”

The royals flew in their own entourage when they arrived by private jet, according to the Mail on Sunday.

The interior has minimalist decor

The seven-bedroom property costs £108,000 a week

 

According to the newspaper locals in Ibiza claimed that the couple also hired Spanish guards to bolster the security provided by Royal protection officers.

Visitors are provided with a house manager, waitress, live-in caretakers, housekeepers, a Range Rover with driver and night security guard.

For those looking for a little extra, yacht charters, beauticians, masseurs, yoga instructors and personal trainers are available on request.

Large windows look out on to Vista Alegre

The spacious living room

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Previous guests to the property – which is owned by Ibizian company Art Invest Studio – include Sir Paul McCartney and David Guetta.

The couple’s decision to use a private jet – after being so outspoken on climate change – has come in for criticism and seen them branded ‘hypocrites’.

Elton John came to their defence, claiming that he had paid for the flights and made a contribution to a carbon footprint fund on their behalf.



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