You don’t really expect that Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, would pound the pavements to do her Christmas shopping, much less be scouting out bargains.
But the mum of three was spotted doing just that on Sunday, as she took a trip to The Range in Norfolk on Sunday!
And she had Prince George and Princess Charlotte in tow.
Shocked onlookers claim she bought children’s books, pictures and artists’ materials.
One parent told The Sun: “I recognised little Prince George holding Kate’s hand and Charlotte with a red bow in her hair.
“The protection officers were keeping a discreet distance so they looked like any other family out grabbing last minute Christmas bargains.”
The mother said that she had asked the Duchess for a selfie but Kate politely declined.
Kate, William and their young children will all attend the Queen’s Christmas at Sandringham tomorrow.
At 11am on Christmas Day they then walk to St Mary Magdalene church for the Christmas morning service.
Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were all smiles as they arrived for The Queen’s Christmas lunch.
Her Majesty opened the doors to Buckingham Palace to welcome the royals for her annual Christmas feast.
Kate and William arrived in one car alongside their son Prince George, five, and their daughter Princess Charlotte, three, while Harry and pregnant Meghan arrived in a separate car.
The children’s nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo was also pictured in the backseat of the car next to the children.
Kate looked glowing in a pink dress as she smiled for the cameras.
Charlotte was keen to entertain the crowds as she gave a wave at fans while her big brother George remained shy to the cameras.
Meghan and Harry arrived together for the lunch, with the former actress looking stunning in black.
Prince Charles also attended the lunch but was chauffeur-driven to the palace.
Other guests included the Countess of Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor with Prince Edward’s wife Sophie pictured driving the car.
The Queen’s son Prince Andrew and his daughter Princess Beatrice also attended.
Prince Philip, 97, made a special appearance at the lunch, driving down from Windsor.
Mike and Zara Tindall also attended the luncheon.
Princess Anne’s husband Timothy Laurence joined the celebrations.
Meanwhile, Peter Phillips’ wife Autumn was joined by a female companion and her elder daughter Savannah, seven.
The Duke of Kent’s daughter Lady Helen Taylor arrived in another car while he was also spotted arriving.
The Queen’s cousin The Duke of Gloucester also arrived alongside his wife Birgitte.
Meanwhile, The Queen’s cousin Prince Michael and his wife Princess Michael of Kent drove from their home in Kensington Palace.
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