After taking some much-needed time off for the holidays, Kate Middleton and Prince William are officially back to their royal business.

On Wednesday, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took part in a virtual chat with with Hospice U.K.’s Just B helpline, which helps frontline workers cope with loss and trauma. During the call, the royal couple heard from counselors as well as NHS staff who've benefitted from the helpline's services.

Lucky for us, the official Kensington Palace Instagram account shared a portion of the video. And while we were happy to see the duke and duchess back in action, we couldn’t help but be distracted by the couple’s surroundings (especially since it’s been a long time since we’ve gotten a glimpse inside their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk).

Behind Kate and Will, there’s a cream couch, topped with decorative pillows, as well as a couple of plants and a table. The table even includes a handful of family photos, including one of Prince George smiling while playing outside in the grass.

ICYMI: Parts of the U.K. recently entered another lockdown amid a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases. As a result, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided to remain at the country home, where they have been for the majority of 2020.

A source told The Mirror, “The family is committed to working together to help the country through the next stage of the crisis. Plans are already in place to reach out to a range of charities and businesses and fortunately, they are well versed in the world of video calls now.”

We don’t care where they Zoom from, as long as we get more sneak peeks into their home decor.

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