The Duchess of Cambridge revealed she and Prince William have been doing the food shopping during lockdown as she returned to royal duties with a visit to the local garden centre.
Kate Middleton, 38, dressed down in a £175 gilet, shirt and jeans for yesterday’s trip to family-run Fakenham Garden Centre, near her Norfolk home of Anmer Hall.
The visit, which was made public today, marks the Duchess’ first official engagement since the start of lockdown on March 23.
During the visit, the Kate revealed she and William, 37, have been making trips to go ‘food shopping’ in recent weeks but have otherwise been at home with their three children, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
She said the children have been growing tomato plants and have been learning about the importance of spending time outside.
Meanwhile the Duke of Cambridge, 37, today carried out his second engagement of the week with a visit to Smiths the Bakers, in King’s Lynn, where he was presented with a cake ahead of his 38th birthday on Sunday.