At six months old, Britain's Prince George is already a world traveller.
The Middletons holidayed at the same exclusive villa last year with Prince William, who was unable to make it this time around.
William is staying back in the UK to continue with his Cambridge studies," an insider told the magazine.
The high profile family are expected to return by the end of next week.
The trip is believed to be celebrating Kate's 32nd birthday last month.
And while William is fulfilling his studies at Cambridge, Kate is expected to complete a small number of select engagements on her return to the UK before their month long tour of New Zealand and Australia in April.
She has never visited either country, and will need to make sure she is familiar with the various politicians and other officials she will meet at dinners, meetings and official engagements.
The couple’s staff will travel to the antipodes later this month to scout locations for the dozens of public engagements they will undertake while they are there.
The Duke and Duchess will take Prince George with them on the tour, just as the Duke accompanied his parents to the region as a baby in 1983, and are expected to ask the Duchess’s mother Carole Middleton to accompany them as their nanny.