The Cambridge family are enjoying the week off as George and Charlotte’s school Thomas’s Battersea begins its half term on Thursday 24 October.
Most school holidays are spent at Anmer Hall in Norfolk – which is Kate and William’s country home.
According to reports, on Thursday morning, mom Kate was noticed shopping for groceries with her children in Sainsbury’s, Norfolk. That suggests the family might be staying there over the next few days.
Anmer Hall is located in the Queen’s Sandringham Estate and was William and Kate’s first home before moving to Kensington Palace in London in 2016. We got a peek at their country life in their 2018 Christmas card, which featured a family portrait taken on the property.
The Queen gave the couple the 10-bedroom Georgian-style home on her private Sandringham estate as a wedding gift in 2011.
Most likely nanny Maria has joined them too and she has previously been spotted taking the children out around Norfolk. Few months ago, a fan noticed her taking Prince Louis to The Sandringham Exhibition & Transport Museum, which is located within the Sandringham Estate.
The Cambridge family also enjoyed some much needed R&R in the countryside over the Easter holidays. At the time, the Cambridges and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in trials.
During the family day out, William was pictured keeping Mia safe by holding her ankles tightly as they followed the Zara across parkland during the trials.
Not to be outdone, Charlotte took the high road too, on the shoulders of her mother, while George was carried by uncle Mike Tindall.
Anmer Hall is super private and it’s also a no-fly zone as the family loves spending their time outdoors. Mom Kate has earlier revealed that they even keep chickens at their country house.