Princess Kate and Prince William may be treating their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to a Christmas day out, and it’s conveniently just up the road from their home.
The Waleses are officially based at Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, however they also own Anmer Hall in Norfolk, which they were gifted by Queen Elizabeth as a wedding present.
During school holidays and weekends the family love getting up to Norfolk for some low-key countryside life, and now they have even more of a reason to go there thanks to an event at Sandringham.
The Royal Family’s Christmas home is hosting the Luminate event, which opened on November 11 and will be open to the public until December 24.
The winter light trail takes spectators on a gorgeous mile-long walk through the grounds at Sandringham, making it a perfect day out for William and Kate’s young family.
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In Decembr 2020, while the country was under strict COVID-19 regulations, the family were joined by the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh and their teenage children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Earl of Wessex, for the woodland walk.
This attracted controversy at the time due to the rule of six, which meant that legally no more than six people could gather in one place together.
A source at Sandringham at the time said: “The two families were given separate consecutive slots to visit the trail just before it opened to the general public. They arrived and departed in their own family groups.