The Duchess of Cambridge took her three children to a local pottery painting store in King's Lyn, Norfolk, which is near to where the Cambridges' Anmer Hall estate (gifted by the Queen for their 2011 royal wedding) is found.
The Cambridge’s were spotted at Mable’s Paint Pot, a pottery painting shop in Burnham Market, Norfolk. Kate and the children must have painted some adorable pieces! pic.twitter.com/67cGP5nNSm— Kate’s Royal Closet (@kateroyalcloset) August 15, 2020
According to royal fan account, Kate's Royal Closet, the family headed to the pretty shop - which is found in a quaint stone house with a painted pink door and floral archway - over the weekend. As the visit was a private family outing, there are no pictures from the day out.
As Cosmopolitan UK reports, it's not actually the first time the family have visited Mable's, with an Instagram user sharing handprints labelled with the three children's names prior to lockdown in March.
The children's enthusiasm for painting, and arts and crafts in general, has also been showcased before. To mark Louis' second birthday in April, Kensington Palace shared photos Kate had taken of her youngest child with rainbow-painted hands making supportive posters to thank the NHS amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Presenting a side of parenting that mums and dads across the country will know all too well, the family also shared an 'Instagram vs Reality' montage of the occasion, where in the second photo little Louis has smeared his multi-coloured hands all over his face.
Eldest son Prince George has also shown his crafts skills, when he handmade a mother's day card to the Duchess of Cambridge earlier this year, featuring a vase with crepe paper flowers.
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