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Kate Middleton was just like every other parent during the half-term looking to keep their children occupied, especially with the difficult coronavirus restrictions.
But it seems as though the Duchess of Cambridge was able to entertain her eldest children Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, five, as she went incognito on a day out in London.
The royal was able to slip in a trip to the Imperial War Museum with her son and daughter where they were barely recognised by fellow museumgoers, according to reports.
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According to the Daily Mail, future king Prince George was delighted with the visit to the museum which is just a few miles away from Kensington Palace where the Cambridges have returned following lockdown in Norfolk.
A source told the paper: "Kate took him and Charlotte there, very much as members of the public."
Buckingham Palace have yet to confirm the trip, but it seems as though the royal youngsters were able to enjoy their day out going unnoticed.
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Kate's day out with her children comes after she and husband Prince William met with GMB presenter Kate Garraway.
The mum of two met the royal couple when they arrived at a St Bartholomew's hospital to present a Mirror Pride of Britain award to the NHS frontline heroes.
Kate, 53, was on hand to introduce them to the NHS representatives for the show.
According to The Mirror, amazed by her strength, Prince William, 38, commended the presenter and said: "I think you're amazing to do this as I know you've had such a hard time yourself."
Kate, 38, went on to ask Kate how she and her family are coping during Derek's battle with the deadly virus.
Prince William also told the I'm A Celebrity star he would hug her if they didn't have to social distance from one another.
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It's also been revealed that the Duke and Duchess are on the lookout for a new housekeeper to join their team at Kensington Palace.
The royal couple posted a job advert on the royal vacancies website, where they have highlighted that the ideal candidate will have “discretion” and be able to “maintain confidentiality”.
The advert has described the job as an “exciting opportunity” for someone to work at Kensington Palace.
William and Kate’s online ad describes the ideal candidate as someone who has “an organised approach and takes pride in what you do”.
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