Kate Middleton has arrived in Scotland after taking an economy flight to spend the final weeks of the summer at Balmoral – confirms HELLO!.
The Duchess of Cambridge was seen getting off a plane with two of her kids, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, in a video posted to TikTok on Sunday night. With their nine-year-old son Prince George, Prince William is thought to have traveled apart from his wife.
The TikTok user stated, “On a flight to Scotland, Kate Middleton, both kids, nanny, and security were 2 rows in front of me. The user continued, “Could get a private jet or helicopter, but keeping it simple, flying economy.”
Even during the flight, she stood up to get her daughter’s iPad.
She was stunning, and she even smiled at me as she turned to face the row behind her to speak with her son.
“Onboard, there were no cameras or video recorders. Despite being just a mother traveling with her kids to visit their grandmother, there was a buzz on board “Added they.
In the video, Duchess Kate was the epitome of grace as she wore an elegant yet practical airport-ready outfit. She wore a stylish sage green midi skirt with a khaki blazer layered underneath.
She wore a practical cream shoulder bag as an accessory, and her glossy brunette hair fell in natural waves past her shoulders.
Prince Louis walked alongside Princess Charlotte wearing navy tailored shorts and a blue shirt. Princess Charlotte wore her brunette hair in neat French plaits and looked equally stylish in a long-sleeved floral dress.
For the last few weeks of August, the Cambridges will spend time at the Queen’s idyllic Highlands estate, Balmoral. Since Queen Victoria purchased the estate, it has been a long-standing royal custom for the family to spend the holidays there. Her Majesty has continued this tradition, traveling there as a young princess, a new mother, and eventually as a monarch.
It’s understandable why members of the royal family enjoy joining her with their kids in August at the stunning estate, which is spread across about 50,000 acres and boasts a breathtaking landscape of mountains, rivers, lochs, woodland, and gardens.