In fact, the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, took her kids on a fun excursion shortly before the U.K.’s lockdown went into full effect. The royal family visited Mable’s Paint Pot in King’s Lynn, which doubles as a painting studio and a traditional sweet shop.
According to a customer named Charlotte Chambers, Prince George and Princess Charlotte marked their visit by painting handprints on the wall. While Charlotte’s is orange, George opted for a green one and even wrote a backwards “G” before correcting himself and writing his first name, along with the date (March 14).
Per Hello! magazine, Chambers shared a photo of the evidence on her private Instagram account and wrote, “Spent the afternoon pottery painting, so much fun! Kate Middleton, Prince George, Charlotte & Louis were also here on Saturday!”
This isn’t the only time Middleton has taken her children to Mable’s Paint Pot. The visit came just a few weeks before Kate’s Royal Closet confirmed a separate outing on Twitter, writing, “The Cambridge’s were spotted at Mable’s Paint Pot, a pottery painting shop in Burnham Market, Norfolk. Kate and the children must have painted some adorable pieces!”
Middleton and her husband, Prince William, are currently self-isolating at Anmer Hall due to the coronavirus pandemic. We wouldn’t be surprised if she’s been organizing multiple at-home crafts, like the one in Prince Louis’s second birthday portraits.
Leave it to Middleton to make parenting look easy.