According to reports, Kate And William enjoyed some alone time at a scenic venue in Ullswater that is popular for weddings. Kate and William had afternoon tea in the luxurious hotel room at the Inn on the Lake, a source reports. Fans who saw the “two special guests” shared pictures of them being greeted at the venue.
The venue shared pictures on Instagram with the comment: “Our Sales Manager Teresa and Dani, one of our Hotel Directors both had the pleasure of meeting the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge!
“Oh and some small guests came along too.”
The afternoon tea menu was modest, including fish fingers sandwiches, scones and other treats.
It has been an eventful visit for the Duchess of Cambridge here in Cumbria. She tried all kinds of stuff, from shearing sheep to fixing a dry stone wall with the help of her husband William.
Kate stayed with the Brown family and helped them tend to their flock at Deepdale Hall Farm in Patterdale. It is there where the Duchess got a chance to try her hand in all those things. It was one of the family’s sheep that Kate tried shearing during her trip.
The parents of three also joined Cumbria Wildlife Trust on a nature walk. There they learned and talked about peer support networks that help those in the most rural areas and the ways some farms are diversifying.