The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been spotted treating their children to a traditional pub lunch, tucking into burgers and chips as they sat in the beer garden.The family were seen sitting on a wooden table enjoying their food in Norfolk on Sunday, with their new pet black spaniel with them.
They were dressed casually for the family afternoon, with Kate in a navy jumper and she sat in between Prince George , who had on a turquoise T-shirt, and Prince Louis, in a navy long-sleeved top.
Princess Charlotte was also in blue as she sat next to her dad Prince William , who was reportedly quick to console one of the children after they got upset when their food was too hot.
A witness told The Sun : “It would have been easy to miss them – and just assume they were any other family.
“There was no security around, just them chilling like any other family.Wills had a burger and chips.
“They had their pet dog, a spaniel with them, and they were all laughing.There was one particularly touching moment where one of the children got upset because their food was too hot.
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“William was so fast to reassure them and sort them out.It was fantastic to see.”
The family’s weekend downtime comes after both William and Kate returned to royal duties following their summer break.
Last week, Kate travelled to the Lake District , where she had a go at abseiling and mountain biking on an action-packed visit with young air cadets.
And on Friday, she was beaming as she met with teenage tennis sensation and US Open champion Emma Raducanu .
Not only did they chat, but Kate also got the chance to go up against Emma on the tennis court, where it was remarked it was “getting competitive”.
They also teamed up for a doubles match with Kate cheering as she won a point.
Meanwhile, William has recently enjoyed a trip to Dulwich Hamlet Football Club to hear about the future of the game, appeared in a documentary honouring his late grandfather Prince Philip and revealed the finalists in his Earthshot Prize project .
Yesterday, it was revealed that William will join David Attenborough to present a new BBC programme about the environment.
Called The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet, it will feature those who have come up with innovative solutions to solve climate change issues.
The first in the five-part series will air on Sunday.