The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, enjoyed a secret visit to a London pub to join fellow school mums via an entrance that was previously designed for Prince Harry, it's been claimed.
According to a report, the Duchess visited the Hollywood Arms in Chelsea for a 'meet and greet' drinks party with other parents from her children's school.
The party was held in the pub's private Boulevard Bar, which can hold up to 80 guests.
The event is said to have taken place last month and was designed for parents from the £6,000-a-term Thomas's Battersea school to get to know one another.
The Duchess reportedly used a door located in a rear alley in order to avoid being spotted.
According to the Mail On Sunday, the door was previously installed for use by Prince Harry.
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She is said to have gone in undetected and was watched over by her royal protection officer once inside.
Princess Charlotte started at the school in September while Prince George headed into Year Two. The youngster, who appeared slightly shy, was joined by her mum, dad and brother on her first day.
At the time, a source said Charlotte couldn't wait to start "big school".
They told People magazine: "She can't wait to be with George at big school. She is so excited about it all. They are close in age, and they spend so much time together. Playdates [with outsiders] can be tricky, so they learn to lean on each other."
Meanwhile, Kate was recently spotted buying Halloween costumes for the kids - in Sainsbury's.
The Duchess was seen at the popular supermarket chain in Norfolk, close to their Anmer Hall home.
An onlooker told The Sun: "It was lovely to see her [Kate] just being a normal mum shopping with her kids.
"I love how she [Kate] just goes about her normal life, she is so down to earth."
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