Travel Pippa Middleton's in-laws' Eden Rock hotel in St Barts destroyed by Hurricane Irma

16:05  09 september  2017
16:05  09 september  2017 Source:   Hello!

Pippa Middleton spent $200,000 to look perfect on her wedding day

  Pippa Middleton spent $200,000 to look perfect on her wedding day Pippa Middleton reportedly spend a staggering amount of money to look absolutely perfect on her big day. The new bride is said to have spent a whopping $200,000 (around £156,000) on beauty treatments and expensive procedures in the days leading up to the big day.Pippa wed James Matthews in a lavish ceremony in Englefield in Berkshire last week, before the reception held in her parent’s £5 million home.Apparently, the bride-to-be went to extreme financial lengths to make sure she was picture perfect for the big day.

Back to story September 07, 2017 - 16:35 BST by Chloe Best Eden Rock hotel in St Barts , which is owned by Pippa Middleton ' s husband James Matthews' family has been badly damaged by Hurricane Irma .

Caribbean Luxury Hotel Owned by Pippa Middleton ' s In - Laws Devastated by Hurricane Irma . The world-famous hotel located on the Caribbean island of St . Barts has welcomed loyal celebrity guests including Tom Hanks and Jennifer Lopez over the years.

Hello! Magazine © Provided by Hello Magazine UK Hello! Magazine Eden Rock, the exclusive hotel in St Barts owned by the parents of Pippa Middleton's husband James Matthews, has been left badly damaged by Hurricane Irma.

The five-star hotel is a celebrity hotspot that counts Tom Hanks, Jennifer Lopez and the Middleton family among its former guests, but appears to have been wrecked by the category five hurricane.

Photos shared by local graphic designer Kevin Barrallon show the surrounding hotel and beach partly submerged under water, with debris strewn around the property. Eden Rock is owned by Jane and David Matthews, the parents of Pippa's husband James and Made in Chelsea star Spencer, who bought the resort in 1995.

Pippa Middleton spent $200,000 to look perfect on her wedding day

  Pippa Middleton spent $200,000 to look perfect on her wedding day Pippa Middleton reportedly spend a staggering amount of money to look absolutely perfect on her big day. The new bride is said to have spent a whopping $200,000 (around £156,000) on beauty treatments and expensive procedures in the days leading up to the big day.Pippa wed James Matthews in a lavish ceremony in Englefield in Berkshire last week, before the reception held in her parent’s £5 million home.Apparently, the bride-to-be went to extreme financial lengths to make sure she was picture perfect for the big day.

Eden Rock , the exclusive hotel in St Barts owned by the parents of Pippa Middleton ' s husband James Matthews, has been left badly damaged by Hurricane Irma .

Pippa Middleton ' s in - laws ' Eden Rock hotel in St Barts destroyed by Hurricane Irma . The hotel has been left badly damaged after the hurricane struck on Wednesday. September 07, 2017 - 16:35 BST by Chloe Best Eden Rock hotel in St Barts

Hello! Magazine © Provided by Hello Magazine UK Hello! Magazine The five-star hotel– which has been dubbed one of the top 100 in the world – is situated on a rocky promontory and surrounded by white coral sandy beaches, clear blue sea and a lovely coral reef full of wild sea life.

It was built in the 1950s when it quickly became established as the preferred bolthole for the likes of Greta Garbo and Howard Hughes.

The glamorous resort's convenient location in the heart of the island allowed guests to easily stroll to the vibrant shops, designer boutiques, quaint bars and restaurants situated in the village of St Jean, and its own open-air restaurant, On The Rocks, dramatically perched atop a giant boulder, attracts islanders daily.

Hello! Magazine © Provided by Hello Magazine UK Hello! Magazine Hurricane Irma is the most powerful storm ever recorded in the Atlantic, and killed at least eight people as it tore through the Caribbean on Wednesday. It is believed to have destroyed nearly all buildings on the island of Barbuda, and caused serious damage on the island of St Martin.

Pippa Middleton Might Have Found a New It Shade With Her Wimbledon Dress

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A LUXURY Caribbean hotel owned by Pippa Middleton ' s in - laws has by destroyed by Hurricane Irma and Donald Trump's mansion is feared to be in ruins.

Exclusive Eden Rock hotel owned by Pippa Middleton ' s in - laws lies in ruins: St Barts resort popular with Tom Hanks and Jennifer Lopez is ravaged by Irma after fearsome Category 5 hurricane tore up the Caribbean.

Richard Branson's home on Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands has also been destroyed in the hurricane, with the entrepreneur and his team said to have retreated to the wine cellar in a bid to escape the storm.

Related: Hurricane Irma's relentless path over Caribbean (provided by Sky News)

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