By Marie Claire
Kate Middleton and Prince William took Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on a station to the Isles of Scilly, off the south-west coast of England.
The place is a sentimental one for William ̵1; Princess Diana and Prince Charles took it and took Prince Harry there when they were children.
Locals found the Cambridges bike around the island of Tresco.
The Cambridges are on station! Kate Middleton and Prince William took their children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – to the Isles of Scilly, an archipelago off the coast of Cornwall in south-west England, as the Mera reports. An inside source told the paper, “They decided to make the explosion fast before the children go back to school. They were eager to support our travel industry.”
Locals have already found the royals, as the family got a bike on the island of Tresco. And sounds like they’re in excellent spirits: I told a bystander Mera, “William and Kate were riding their bikes, after a laugh. They seemed so happy to enjoy the weather.” They added, “I did take a double. They were really friendly and tired.”
What makes the trip extra special? It’s a nostalgic one for William, who emptied the Isles of Scilly as a child with the parents of Princess Diana and Prince Charles and a brother of Prince Harry. Ask if he is introducing Cambridge children to his favorite childhood schools?
The choice of destination also served a practical purpose. Kate and William were reportedly considering an escape elsewhere in Europe, but chose to stay in the UK amid the coronavirus crisis. Current lock-in measures require Britons to be quarantined at home for two weeks after visiting particular European countries, and that would be a big problem for the Cambridges, who have recently resumed their public duties as royal. Luckily for them, the UK is currently experiencing a heat wave – so, like me, they can just imagine being in Spain.
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