Kate and William were spotted boarding a helicopter with their children
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School is out for the summer!
Temperatures are rising, the sun is shining and school holidays are on the horizon – even if you’re one of the Cambridge kids, school is already out for the summer and fun is calling your name.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have reportedly broken up for summer vacation from their prep school, Thomas’s Battersea, and according to Tatler were spotted boarding a helicopter near Kensington Palace with their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
According Tatlerfootage capturing the scene showed four-year-old Prince Louis jumping excitedly towards the helicopter, with Prince William leading the way and carrying the family bags.
Kate Middleton reportedly followed Princess Charlotte and was described as wearing a summery white dress and wide-brimmed sun hat.
The family of five was rumored to be on their way to the private island of Mustique, reports Tatler. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly keen to return to the island, having not been there since 2019 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mustique is found in the islands of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and has long been a favorite of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. During their last visit to the island, they celebrated Prince George’s sixth birthday there.
Known for its white sand beaches – as well as the affluent clientele it attracts – Mustique was also a favorite of the late Princess Margaret, who called the beautiful location “the only place I can relax”.
Talk to The Express Last week, royal expert Ingrid Seward described how the island’s no-fly zone offers the Cambridges – and other high-profile people staying on the island – the privacy they seek during their vacation.
As well as a sunny beach holiday, the Cambridges are also set to spend the August bank holiday weekend in Balmoral to visit the Queen.
Seward described the Scottish estate as ‘an absolute paradise for children’, with the Queen’s grandchildren able to indulge in activities such as swimming, fishing, riding Shetland ponies and picnicking .
Looks like the Cambridge family has sorted out the summer.