‘Perfect way to unwind’ The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge choose a more “traditional” UK vacation.
A royal specialist has predicted that Prince William and Kate Middleton will spend their summer vacations in the UK rather than abroad.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will spend the holidays with their parents at Anmer Hall in Norfolk and elsewhere across the UK.
According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, the Cambridges will engage in a variety of outdoor activities as they prepare for their future roles as King and Queen.
She told OK! Magazine, “Summer holidays at Anmer are the best way for Kate and William to decompress.”
“If they do have royal engagements, it will be few and few between.
“While we’ve seen the couple have more extravagant vacations skiing or visiting sunny climates in the past, they’ve been taking a more conventional royal approach and staying at royal residences in the UK instead.
“This could be due to Covid travel constraints, but I also feel Kate and William are maturing into the future King and Queen, and hence are embracing more conventional practices.”
The Cambridges split their time between their London home, Kensington Palace Apartment 1A, and their Norfolk rural retreat.
The Queen gave the royal couple Anmer Hall as a wedding gift, and it is located on Her Majesty’s Sandringham Estate.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now on vacation in the Scilly Isles, where they are taking advantage of the gorgeous beaches and fresh air.
The royal couple is known for their love of outdoor pursuits and will spend much of their time away from the city outside.
Nicholl stated, “Both Kate and William were raised to adore the outdoors.”
“William liked nature and spent many summers at Balmoral with the Queen and her family.
“Kate, on the other hand, spent her youth playing outside, so they both intended to raise their children in the same way.”
Since he was a boy, Prince William has visited Tresco Island, the only inhabited island that is privately owned.
Before returning to Thomas’s Battersea primary school on September 8, Prince George and Princess Charlotte will have plenty of time to enjoy their summer.