With her passion for photography, the Duchess of Cambridge would be the first to agree that a picture is worth a thousand words. New images of Kate, released to tie in with her endorsement of a new BBC project, show her looking her most relaxed yet – and there’s a good reason for her happy demeanour.
Despite her admission that lockdown has been “challenging” at times, Kate has been enjoying a wonderful sense of freedom in recent weeks with her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, and their three children. As the country emerges from lockdown, the family, who celebrate Prince George’s seventh birthday this week, have been making quiet, undisturbed visits to the beautiful Norfolk beaches close to their home.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl exclusively tells OK!, “The Cambridges have been out and about enjoying the Norfolk coast. Kate knows all the secluded areas where they won’t be spotted by tourists, so they’ve been able to enjoy a rare sense of freedom. They’re quite low key, so they won’t turn up with a big security entourage and draw attention to themselves. Most of the time you wouldn’t even know it’s them. They’ve been arriving with their buckets and spades, finding a quiet spot and enjoying a nice picnic and a paddle in the sea.”
Kate and William have been staying at Anmer Hall on the Sandringham estate since lockdown began and apparently have had such a wonderful time they don’t plan on upping sticks just yet.
“They’re very much protected by the local community and they love the outdoors lifestyle,” says Katie. “It’s one of the reasons they didn’t want to return to London when the children’s school reopened. They were having too much fun in Norfolk.”
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July 28, 2020