Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William have three adorable royal children: Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two. George and Charlotte recently returned to school, but last week the Cambridge’s got to spend some family time together over the October school break.
According to , Kate and William whisked their children away to the Isles of Scilly over the October half term for a family ‘staycation’.
One holidaymaker who saw them last week told the publication: “We hardly noticed at first as they seemed a normal family on holiday intent on keeping themselves to themselves.”
The Isles of Scilly are off the coast of Cornwall – a county very close to the heart of William’s father and Kate’s father-in-law, Prince Charles.
As well as being a Prince and the Prince of Wales, Charles is also the Duke of Cornwall.
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During their visit, William spoke fondly of his memories of visiting the islands as a child.
Rumours also circulated that the newlywed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also visited the islands after tying the knot back in 2011.
When Prince Charles is King, William will be considered heir apparent and will likely be given the title of Prince of Wales by Charles at some point.
But automatically William will receive the Duchy of Cornwall when his father takes the throne, and his Duke of Cambridge title will likely be reabsorbed by the monarchy.