The members of the British Royal Family really have a fancy and clever way of getting in and out of Kensington Palace unnoticed when the front door is swarming with tourists.
Among a number of other family members, Kensington Palace is home to Prince William and Kate Middleton. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are also set to move next door to them.
And if you ever wondered how they leave their homes without being noticed, the answer is here.
The members of the royal family are flown in by helicopter that lands on a private area of Hyde Park. Because of the low fence, members of public have a chance to see them if they are accidentally passing by.
Then, a chauffeured car waits for them and whisks them off to their home. During that, armed police officers stand guard on the lawn.
Apparently, Queen Elizabeth II and her family often travel by helicopter between their homes.
When the Queen went to visit her newest great-grandson, Prince Louis, a week after he was born, she arrived on the grounds in a helicopter. She was photographed emerging from her personal helicopter with flowers in her hand.
Since their marriage in 2011, William and Kate live in a 20-bedroom house in Kensington Palace. Their home is split over four storeys – with nine bedrooms of staff quarters.
Also there is a wide and large garden where George, Charlotte and soon Louis, can play.
The newlyweds, Harry and Meghan currently live in the two-bed Nottingham Cottage. But, after the renovations are done, they are set to move in a much larger 21-bedroom apartment next door to William and Kate.