Prince William and Kate Middleton have taken off on their summer holiday along with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – in a private helicopter!
In a video shared by @royalfashionpolice on Instagram, the Cambridges were seen boarding a helicopter in the grounds of Kensington Palace. The royals were, of course, joined by their pooch Orla, who was seen adorably scurrying towards the helicopter.
The Duchess of Cambridge was seen in a white summer dress and the straw hat she wore at the Wimbledon Ladies’ Singles Final last Saturday.
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We don’t know where the royals will be holidaying, but they’ll likely be heading for their country home of Anmer Hall in Norfolk, seeing as George and Charlotte finished their year at Thomas’ Battersea last Friday, and their younger sibling Louis’ term time at Willcocks Nursery ended a bit earlier on Wednesday.
William and Kate were busy attending Wimbledon this week, which explains why they’ve waited so long to jet off on the summer holiday.
The family certainly loves spending time at Anmer Hall, usually during their children’s summer holidays, and their estate does have a lot going for it in terms of activities.
The property has a sprawling lawn, which includes climbing frames, climbing walls and swings – perfect for a holiday with children!
“We spend as much time as we can here, it’s very peaceful,” has previously said William.
They’ll also likely visit Her Majesty in Balmoral, Scotland, as they usually do during August. They’ve previously taken commercial flights there, so we don’t know whether they’ll be taking their helicopter again.
It will be good for the family to relax before their busy period comes up, as they’re said to be relocating to Windsor this summer to be closer to Her Majesty and Kate’s parents, who live in Berkshire. Their children are also expected to start a new school, while the Duke and Duchess will continue to use Kensington Palace as their main base.