The Duchess of Cambridge is a big fan of carrying on the childhood traditions she enjoyed when she was little with her three kids – such as baking, building dens and crafts – so it's no surprise she treated George, Charlotte and Louis to a very nostalgic, British day out recently.
The family were spotted at Mable’s Paint Pot, a quaint pottery painting shop in Burnham Market, Norfolk, over the weekend according to a tweet from fan account, Kate's Royal Closet.
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
Mable's Paint Pot – which is just down the road from the Cambridges' Amner Hall home – is a ceramics craft centre and old fashioned sweet shop. The perfect place to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon!
In fact, Kate and the children appear to be such fans of Mable's that they visited before lockdown – and left their handprints on the wall, as this Instagram post shows.
There's no word on what the family painted this time around but, if they're anything like their creative mum, we're sure it'll be on display in the china cabinet already.
The trip to Mabel's may well have been a belated birthday treat for the children.
All three celebrated their birthdays during lockdown, with Kate sharing photos she'd taken of them in the grounds of their country home.
Kate and William admitted to the BBC that homeschooling had been 'challenging'. 'It gets a bit hectic, I'm not going to lie,' Catherine said.
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