Prince William and Kate Middleton were spotted outside Heathrow's opulent Windsor suite before they jetted off on a half-term break with their children.
No luxury item is left out as visitors get VIP treatment in the suite which is complete with almost 100 staff who take care of everyone from heads of state and A list celebs, reported OK! magazine.
The Cambridges have packed their bags for a getaway after a difficult year for the Royal Family that has also included the Queen’s recent health scare.
The Windsor suite comes at a price of £3,300 but will see 96 staff taking care of them and providing a Michelin star menu.
Here’s a full list of what the exclusive suite has to offer.
It’s not known if Kate and William use the car service - what with their status and hefty team of security - but the VIP experience starts on your doorstep.
A top-of-the-range chauffeured BMW will pick you up at your home or hotel and take you to a private entrance at the airport to ensure security, privacy and discretion - it’s so secret, we don’t know where it is!
A doorman with top hat and tails will greet you upon arrival and send your luggage to be screened and safely stowed on the plane.
Then you’ll be whisked away to a private lounge just for you.
The luxury lounge
William and Kate will feel right at home in a luxury lounge, with a portrait of Her Majesty pride of place on the wall.
The stylish rooms feature artwork curated by Tanya Baxter Contemporary.
Plus there’s a squishy sofa, luxe arm chairs and a formal dining table, a nice big telly and your own loo of course!
You’ll have your own butler
When we say you won’t have to lift a finger, we mean it.
A squad of 96 staff are at your beck and call, along with your own private butler.
They will take care of everything, including serving your food and drink.
Your wish is their command!
Forget your usual Pret sarnie or McDonald’s breakfast - Heathrow VIP cook up a seasonal menu designed by British Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton.
Enjoy a light snack or go all out with a three-course dinner, washed down with a glass of champagne.
Priya Malhotra, head of Heathrow VIP, told Business Insider: “You can order from the menu as much as you want.
“You can even order the entire menu and drink me out of Dom - please do so, but I might be grumpy.”
Shop and skip security queues
Personal shoppers are on hand to help you buy designer bits and bobs in the terminals.
Immigration and customs are sorted in the lounge and best of all, you get your own security lane which “takes about 30 seconds” to get through according to Malhotra.
When it’s time to board, your private BMW will drive you to the plane - what a treat.
Anyone can go VIP
Providing you’re a first or business class ticket holder, you can splash out on the service for £2,750 (around £3,300 with VAT) one way.Read More Read More