Amid her first in-person engagements in months, Kate Middleton is also making time to take her children on playdates.
The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted taking Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis to a pottery painting studio in Norfolk, where she and Prince William have been isolating with their family amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Saturday, Kate's Royal Closet, a fan Twitter account dedicated to what Kate wears, tweeted, "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!"
An Instagram user shared that she saw them at the pottery shop, and another Kate fan account posted a screenshot from the Instagram, where Prince Louis appears to be at the shop's door. According to the account, the user said the family decorated pottery together and said that Kate "seemed very protective of the children."
Mable's Paint Pot is just a short distance away from the family's Anmer Hall home.
Back in March, another Instagram user said the family was spotted at Mable's, and shared a photo of the Cambridge kids' tiny handprints on the walls of the shop.
In July, the family was reportedly spotted on a vacation on the Isles of Scilly, where Princes William and Harry vacationed with Princess Diana when they were children.
“William and Kate were riding their bicycles, having a laugh. They looked so happy enjoying the weather," an onlooker said at the time. "I did do a double take. They were really friendly and said hello."
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