Prince William Makes Tea for Guests, Source Says — inside William and Kate's Country Home
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not busy with official duties, they make time for their close friends in the most welcoming way and Prince Williams always makes sure to prepare tea.
Prince Williams might seem not to be the overly sociable person, but he sure knows how to be an amicable host when receiving guests at his home in the country estate of Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
The mansion is like cates at the Queen’s Sandringham estate and it is a 10-bedroom Georgian style home where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton call home.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge listen to a speech at their visit to Keech Hospice Care on August 24, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images
PRINCE WILLIAMS IS AN IDEAL HOST
According to an insider, the royal couple is usually at their most relaxed moments when at home in Norfolk with their kids, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Prince George.
During the quarantine period, Middleton and William got to explore more family life with their kids.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge receive guests there as their visitors also get to enjoy the relaxation that the couple feels and any pal who shows up is usually welcomed with a cup of tea made by William.
INSIDE THEIR SANDRINGHAM HOME
The source noted that the royals couple runs a typical family home with energetic kids running around all day. And at night, Middleton gets to let her hair down and have some me-time. The source shared about the duchess’ family:
“It’s a normal, busy family home with kids running around and knocking things over. There’s no airs and graces.”
MORE ON THE ROYALS’ COZY HOME
During the quarantine period, Middleton and William got to explore more family life with their kids and also paid attention to some of the rarely seen rooms in the 18th-century mansion.
The couple’s Sandringham home, which was gifted to them in 2011 by the Queen, has been more in the news because the royal pair often make broadcasts from it.
During the National Health Service appreciation evenings, Middleton and her family would stand outside the wooden oak door of her home and clap for health workers.
William once gave fans a view of his study in the trailer of a BBC documentary, “Football, Prince Williams, and Mental Health” which focuses on men’s mental health through the football sphere.
A NORMAL FAMILY LIFE
According to a source close to their Cambridge home, Middleton is a stern mom when she needs to be and makes it a priority that her kids enjoyed extra-curricular activities. She and her spouse also take time off to enjoy date nights.