The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was spotted in a south London pub with her six-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte, but neither of them placed an order. Instead, the Duchess was forced to make a pit stop at Stockwell’s The Phoenix pub because the Princess, who was three at the time, needed to use the restroom.
The royal couple were reportedly travelling through London in 2018 when the young princess reportedly informed her mother that she needed to stop.
When the two royals entered the pub, customers were taken aback.
“I was sitting in my usual chair when I looked up and saw Kate Middleton, I mean the Duchess of Cambridge and her daughter Princess Charlotte,” Maggie McKinney, a regular at the pub, told MailOnline at the time.
“The little girl trotted in with her mother, went to the bathroom, and trotted out.”
“They couldn’t have stayed in the pub for more than ten minutes,” says the narrator.
“They appear to be very nice and normal.
“Princess Kate was holding the hand of her daughter.
“Princess Charlotte was just like any other little girl,” says the narrator.
The Cambridges are known for being hands-on parents who are actively involved in the upbringing of their three children.
Kate and Prince William are reportedly teaching Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis to sail, according to reports.
According to Vanity Fair, the royal couple took the royal children sailing off the coast of Norfolk last month.
A source told Vanity Fair, “They’re very much a family of sailors now.”
“Kate has always been a capable sailor, and William isn’t far behind.
“They had a great time sailing and teaching the kids how to steer and sail a boat this summer on the coast.”