Prime Minister David Cameron has treated his family to a sunny Easter holiday in Lanzarote.
Cameron is spending his break in Playa Blanca with his wife Samantha and their three children Nancy, Arthur and Florence.
According to the Daily Mail, the Camerons are staying in a four-bedroom villa on the Spanish island, costing £200 a night.
Samantha reportedly chose the idyllic spot where their villa is located for the yoga and selection of therapies that are available.
David flew to the popular holiday island after speaking to BBC Radio Norfolk, when he was asked what he would be doing over the Easter break and said he would be spending it with Samantha's family.
"I am going to be spending a bit of time with my mother-in-law," he said. "I think I am spending Easter Day with Samantha's family."
According to TravelMole, the family are believed to be staying at a self-catering villa at Casa Tomaren, a restored 18th century farm complex, just outside San Bartolome.
The Prime Minister is expected to stay in Lanzarote until Good Friday.
Last May, David Cameron and his family flew to Ibiza for a Bank Holiday break in the sunshine.
Mr Cameron, his wife Samantha and their children visited the island, which is famed for its party culture.
This isn't the first time that the family have holidayed on Ibiza. They spent a week on the island in 2011, when Samantha was spotted partying at the International Music Summit at Dalt Villa, overlooking Ibiza Town. She is also good friends with Jade Jagger, who has a home on the island.
In 2012, David spoke about the importance of politicians taking holidays.
He said: "I'm a great believer that politicians are human beings and they need to have holidays. I don't call it annual leave, I call it a holiday. If you don't think politicians ought to have holidays, I think you need to have a serious think."
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