This is where the Cambridge family will spend the summer holidays

Summertime is here at last and it’s safe to say the kids are pretty happy about the end of the school year. Trips to the beach, eating ice-cream in the park and jetting off on the big family holiday; what’s not to love?

Travelling with the kiddos can be a little daunting which is why so many parents opt for staycations, especially if your children are super young.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be spending most of their summer in the United Kingdom, but that doesn’t mean the royal family won’t be enjoying a getaway or two.


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According to Hello, the family-of-five will be spending a big chunk of their summer break in Norfolk. 

Kate was recently spotted at Pensthrope Natural Park with her eldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.


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The natural park is a family favourite and is only half an hour away from the Camrbridge’s country home, Anmer Hall.

Kate is a major fan of the outdoors and believes it can help boost your mental health so we’re sure the mum thoroughly enjoyed her time at the 700-acre nature reserve.

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The park is full of wildlife, beautiful gardens, adventure play, discovery trails and woodland walks.

Kate and William often spend midterm breaks and holidays in Anmer Hall, which was a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth.



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