Duchess Kate (38) has had exhausting weeks – she traveled a lot on behalf of the Krone and her charity. However, that should change next week. Kate and her husband Prince William (37) will take a break from February 17-21. Her children George (6) and Charlotte (4) then have school holidays – a nice opportunity for the family to spend more time together.
Because of her many trips is one Study commissioned by Kate and that deals with early childhood development. This should form the basis of her further work for the Royal Foundation. The Duchess also visited a children’s farm in Northern Ireland, where she stroked an alpaca and a snake, among other things. The 38-year-old also supported her husband, father-in-law Prince Charles (71) and Duchess Camilla (72) in a joint performance on Tuesday: they opened a rehabilitation facility for soldiers in the English county of Leicestershire. A short break is just right for the family.
What do the royals do on vacation?
It is currently not known whether the family will travel together, but the royals also like to spontaneously escape their everyday life in public – for example, at their country home in Note Hall in Norfolk.