The Cambridge family is officially in vacation mode!
After wrapping up both of their school years, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are joining the rest of their family – dad Prince William, mom Duchess Kate and little brother Prince Louis – for some fun in the scorching summer months.
George finished up at Thomas’s Battersea, while Charlotte wrapped up her time in nursery school on July 3, and will be joining her brother on the playground in the fall.
George will turn six later on July 22, which is certainly an exciting way to kick off the summer! But first, the Cambridge kids are said to be stopping by St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle for their cousin baby Archie Harrison’s royal christening.
While William and Kate are technically not on holiday yet, George, Charlotte and Louis may spend some time with their grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton in Berkshire. This may make for some sweet stories! It certainly did last year, when a local spotted the adorable kids out and about in the county.
Perhaps the Cambridges will head abroad for some rest and relaxation, or enjoy a summer staycation at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk, England. Given William and Kate value time outdoors, it wouldn’t be surprising if they headed north for some time in the village at their rural home.
The gorgeous Georgian country house was a wedding gift from the Queen. The family lived there full-time from 2013 to 2017 so they could be close to William’s work. Back then, he was a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service. In 2017, they moved back to London to be full-time working royals, just in time for George to start school.