Both eldest children of the Duke and Duchess have officially finished with school, being free to start their summer holiday. And it seems that the family has already decided on where they will be spending it. Kate, along her two elder children Prince George and Princess Charlotte were seen visiting Pensthorpe Natural Park, which is only a 25-minute drive from their often-visited summer getaway Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
The natural park is a perfect choice for a day out for Kate and her children, with all three being fans of the great outdoors.
Pensthorpe is described as “a stunning 700-acre nature reserve located within the Wensum Valley, just 11 miles inland from the north Norfolk coast”. The park features all kinds of wildlife and is home to many different untouched natural habitats waiting to be explored; from ancient woodland to wetland walks to glorious gardens.
Prince George wrapped up with school on Friday. Princess Charlotte parted ways and had her final day at Willcocks Nursery School on Wednesday. Next school year, she will be joining her brother at Thomas’s Battersea and will officially begin her ‘big school’.
The Duke and Duchess aren’t off the hook yet, and for them summer holiday is yet to begin. We will see Kate again before she starts her summer break, at Wimbledon, as the Duchess is an avid tennis fan. The Duchess, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, usually attends the men’s singles final match with her husband William.
The last big engagement the royal couple attended was last week, and it was close to them. They attended the christening of their nephew Archie Harrison, Meghan and Prince Harry’s boy. William and Kate were among the guests, with others being Prince Charles, Camilla. The Queen was absent due to previously scheduled engagements.
The christening took place in the Private Chapel of Windsor Castle and it was an intimate ceremony. We know very few details, but what we do know is that the young Cambridges were not present.