And as with everything in life I defer to The Scary One who actually met Mustique’s most famous resident, who in turn deferred to her.
History hasn’t been kind to Princess Margaret but she will be remembered for loving a party in the Caribbean.
As do I, so I at least I will be kind to her.
Margaret’s love affair with Mustique actually began when her and her husband Tony were given land on the island as a wedding present.
When exactly her other love affairs on the island began…
Well, you’ll just have to watch the Crown on Netflix to fond out.
Much of the glamour of royalty back in the day derived from their remoteness and the seclusion of the places they visited.
So we have a lot to thank those such as Virgin Atlantic.
Because they’ve made it possible for us commoners to now visit royal getaways such as Mustique.
Virgin have just announced a twice-weekly service from June to St Vincent, the gateway to the Grenadines, and your Mustique dream.
And for those of you whose imaginations were working overboard when you saw Margaret living it up in Mustique then read on.
Our friends at The Villa Collection have done all the homework for us.
Opricot: And just where you’d expect to find Princess Margaret and her set.
This four-bedroom villa in the Endeavour Hills with ocean views, and near The Tennis Club, the Cotton House and beach, has the option of a fifth bedroom.
The big selling point is the private swimming pool and large bar area.
And what’s more it’s fully staffed with housekeeper, chef, gardener and butler.
You’ll have to empty your piggy bank. It’s from £1505 per night, but you can share the costs.
The awe of Aurora
Aurora: Contemporary and colonial with views of both the Caribbean and Atlantic this can be rented as a three-bedroom villa.
Or along with Jasmine Cottage. So that’ll house five and will set you back £2,005 per night.
We were drawn in by the central courtyard, rock plunge pool and al fresco dining in the gazebo.
After all it’s all about the outdoor living in the Caribbean.
And you don’t have to lift a finger because it’s fully staffed.
Blackstone: A five-bedroom villa set on a ridge overlooking Britannia Bay and the Caribbean this is what you’ll get for your £2,173 per night…
We like the idea of the media and games room.
And the pebble-tiled pool which wraps around large, natural black stone, giving the property its name.
Elsewhere in the Caribbean
Nylon Pool, Tobago
Princess Margaret loved her Mustique but first fell in love with the Caribbean on honeymoon.
Where she opined that a raised sandbank in the sea off Tobago was the clear colour of tights.
The lyrical Tobagonians hence called it Nylon Pool.
And you too can stand in the sea in the middle of the Caribbean and drink cocktails, a la Margaret.
MEET YOU IN MUSTIQUE