Kate Middleton goes unrecognised as she takes Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the Imperial War Museum
IT CAN be hard for the royal family to go under the radar on days out, but Kate Middleton recently succeeded at the Imperial War Museum.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, is said to have recently taken Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, on a secret trip to the London attraction.
According to the Daily Mail: “Kate took him and Charlotte there, very much as members of the public.”
The royal family arrived without a fanfare and seemingly were only spotted by a couple of eagle-eyed people during their personal visit.
A museum insider is said to have claimed George looked in “awe” at the military hardware and seemed knowledgeable about World War II.
Perhaps this is partly due to speaking to his great-grandad, Prince Philip, who served as a first lieutenant during WWII on a ship off the Coast of Sicily.
Kate, William, 38, George, Charlotte and Louis, two, spent lockdown at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.
They returned to Kensington Palace so George and Charlotte could start their new school term at Thomas’s Battersea.
We last saw the adorable mini royals as they quizzed Sir David Attenborough about animals in a sweet video.
It's the most we have heard from the young royals, who were filmed earlier this year clapping for the NHS.
Last year, Princess Charlotte was heard exclaiming "oo la la" as she explored mum Kate Middleton's Back to Nature garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The cheeky little royal also told photographers "you're not coming" outside of Prince Louis' christening in 2018.
Meanwhile big brother Prince George was filmed giving his mum's garden exhibit a "20" out of ten.
Kensington Palace has been contacted for comment.
This week, Prince William, Kate and the kids bake cupcakes for Poppy Appeal.
And Kate and Prince William search for a new housekeeper — but gossips should NOT apply.
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