Prince William and Kate usually spend the weekends with their three children: George, Charlotte and Louis.
However, this Sunday, the royal couple carried out a rare weekend engagement. couple visited the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow, England to mark St Patrick’s day.
And while the parents were working, the Cambridge children enjoyed a day out in Kensington Gardens with their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
Twitter user Netty Royal, who saw the little ones, tweeted the news. “When you walk around Kensington Gardens before departure and you see the nanny with all three kids,” she wrote.
Apparently the Cambridge children really enjoy spending time outside. We have noticed them several times with their mommy or nanny in Hyde Park.
Just last month, mom Kate and her ten-month-old son were seen taking a walk around Kensington Palace Gardens.
We have also seen George and Charlotte enjoying a day out with their nanny Maria as they were riding bikes in Hyde Park.
Kate has been always open about wanting her children to enjoy the outside. Even her royal webpage reads: “As a mother of three young children, she is keen to encourage their love of nature and the outdoors.”
It also states: “The Duchess is a keen sportswoman and believes not only that physical health complements mental health, but also that being outdoors, and especially playing sport, has the power to engage, educate and inspire and change lives for the better.
“Her Royal Highness’s passion for sport, nature and the outdoors stems her own experience and enjoyment of playing tennis and hockey and sailing from a young age.”
Kate’s belief in encouraging her children to play outside was evident when she took George and Charlotte to a polo match this summer.
And during a visit to the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington Kate also revealed to the teachers that she hunts for spiders “for hours” with her elder children.