William And Kate Visit Queen Elizabeth II At Balmoral This Summer
Prince William, Duchess Kate, and their kids are said to have spent part of their holiday with Queen Elizabeth II! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently spent some family time in Scotland, where they reunited with the monarch. Find out more about the royal visit!
Prince William and Duchess Kate recently paid Queen Elizabeth II a visit at her summer home of Balmoral! As Vanity Fair reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew to Scotland last month with their three children— Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis— to reunite with the monarch.
William and Kate "always enjoy" visiting Balmoral, source says
William and Kate both have an affinity for Scotland and have spent time there on several occasions this year, including during their royal tour of the country back in May. It's not surprising then that they decided to spend part of the summer holiday with George, Charlotte, and Louis at the queen's Scottish estate, Balmoral Castle!
An insider told Vanity Fair at the end of August that the couple "just spent some special time with the Queen" during their visit. The source went on to share that the Cambridges "always enjoy going up to Balmoral, they love the outdoors and walking in the hills and spending quality time with family."
Queen Elizabeth II arrived at her summer home at the beginning of August, receiving a traditional welcome shortly after her arrival. William, Kate, and their children are the most recent members of the royal family to join the queen at Balmoral. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank were seen heading to Balmoral with their son August, and Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson both visited the estate as well.