The ‘down-to-earth’ jaunt ‘Just like us!’ by Kate and Prince William has sparked royal hysteria.
PRINCE William and Kate took their three children to a small pub in Norfolk for some “pub fare” during their break from royal duties.
After appearing with their three children at a local pub in Norfolk earlier this week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge confirmed to royal supporters that they are “absolutely just like us.” Prince William and Kate took a day off from royal duties to spend time with their family, eating burgers and chips at a wooden table in a beer garden.
Christina Garibaldi, a royal analyst, said: “I really like this story because it makes it look like royals are just like us.
“It’s been reported that Kate, William, and the kids had a pub meal in Norfolk, exactly like us.”
Molly Mulshine, one of the co-hosts, went on to say: “This past Saturday, they had burgers and chips, not gluten-free or anything, just plain old pub fare in a beer garden.
“Apparently their dog was sniffing around, and the people who saw them described them as ‘down to earth,’ and it sounded like a fun little afternoon.”
The five-person family went to the rural pub over the weekend, bringing their black spaniel along for the ride.
Onlookers claim that Prince William ordered a burger and fries while joking and laughing with his small children.
Prince George, the couple’s eldest son, was seen enjoying the last of the summer sunshine in a t-shirt, shorts, and sneakers.
During the summer holidays, Prince William and Kate spent a substantial amount of time in Norfolk, where they have taken up residence at Anmer Hall, their country estate.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took a break from royal obligations over the summer in order to enjoy their children’s school vacations.
They were spotted aboard a sailing boat off the coast of Norfolk, and it’s been reported that they paid a visit to the Queen at Balmoral and attended James Middleton’s wedding in the south of France.
The pair has recently returned to royal engagements, and in September they represented the Queen at a number of ceremonial events.
Kate paid a visit to RAF Brize Norton to commemorate her return to duty, where she met military troops who had assisted in the evacuation of British nationals and Afghan civilians. “Brinkwire News Summary.”