You know all those beautiful Canadian tourist destinations that you've got on your bucket list? It turns out that celebrities want to visit them too! Although a lot of people like to jet off somewhere exotic for their vacation, others are just as content hiding in the Canadian Rockies or renting a cabin in the woods. Harry Styles' summer in Muskoka was canceled this year for "Billionaires Summer Camp".
If you regularly keep up with the former boyband member, you may remember that back in 2017, he spent part of his summer vacationing in Muskoka, Ontario with Cindy Crawford and her family. He clearly had a good time on the trip, as he came back in 2018 as well!
Unfortunately, summer 2019 is quickly coming to a close and Styles has yet to be spotted at the Crawford/Gerber cabin. Because it's become a yearly tradition for him, people can't help but wonder why.
After doing some digging, it turns out that the singer was actually recently spotted in Italy, attending Google Camp, or what's better known as "Billionaires Summer Camp". Essentially, it's an event full of celebrities where they discuss important matters like climate change and global warming.
Harry last year arriving at the Google Camp in a Maserati Gran Turismo Convertible // Harry arriving today at the G… https://t.co/x1TsiwJ7mW— gloss⁷ (@gloss⁷) 1564482032.0
#HarryStyles with Jeff Azoff and Gayle King at Google Camp 2019 in Sicily, Italy. https://t.co/8ChZvZiikq— newharryupdate (@newharryupdate) 1564597063.0
Other celebrities who received a personal invite from Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page include Nick Jonas, Leonardo DiCaprio, Barack Obama, Orlando Bloom, and Diane Von Furstenberg, just to name a few.
Unfortunately, what actually happens at the event is kept pretty top secret. Celebrities aren't allowed to talk too much about it on social media, and hotel staff have to sign a non-disclosure agreement that prevents them from sharing what goes on behind closed doors.
Styles may have spent the last little while in Italy, but there's still a few more weeks of summer left, so here's to hoping he'll make a pit stop in Muskoka to keep the annual tradition alive.