The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are believed to be spending England's third lockdown at their country home, Anmer Hall, and it looks like Prince William, Kate and their children enjoyed a snow day over the weekend!
The Queen's Sandringham estate shared an incredible photo on Instagram of snowfall on the grounds on Saturday, captioning the snap: "An actual snow day today in Norfolk."
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The Cambridges' country abode is situated within acres of parkland, giving them plenty of room to build a snowman or enjoy a snow ball fight.
The Sandringham estate shared a photo of snow in Norfolk
In previous years, William and Kate have enjoyed skiing holidays and took George and Charlotte on a family trip to the French Alps in 2016.
The very first time William was pictured with then girlfriend Kate was on a ski break in Klosters in 2003.
The Duke and Duchess are thought to be homeschooling their eldest children, George, seven, and Charlotte, five, after schools were closed at the start of lockdown.
The young royals usually attend Thomas's Battersea school in south-west London, a short drive from the family's Kensington Palace residence, Apartment 1A.
William, Kate, George and Charlotte on a ski holiday in 2016
It was thought that Prince Louis, two-and-half, would have started nursery in January 2021, however it seems unlikely if William and Kate have remained living at Anmer Hall.
It's believed that Louis will begin his education at Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington, just like his big sister Princess Charlotte did, however Kensington Palace has not confirmed.
If the Duke and Duchess have decided to delay Louis' start at nursery school, they could enrol him in the summer term in April instead.
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