Prince George & Princess Charlotte leave handprints on wall of Norfolk shop after pottery painting with Kate Middleton

Prince George & Princess Charlotte leave handprints on wall of Norfolk shop after pottery painting with Kate Middleton

August 20, 2020

THEY may belong to one of the most famous families in the world – but Kate Middleton and Prince William are determined to give their children as normal an upbringing as possible.

Since they've been in lockdown at their Norfolk home Anmer Hall, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have been reportedly raising chickens and tending to their own vegetable patches daily.

And it's now been revealed that the two eldest Cambridge children got stuck into some pottery painting at a craft shop with their mum Kate Middleton – and even left behind some sweet handprints on the wall.

Royal fan account Cambridge Videos shared a photo taken inside Mable's Paint Pot shop in Burnham Market – where the children did some pottery painting on March 14.

After they were done painting their pots, the children left their handprints on the wall before writing their names and ages next to it.

Sharing a sweet photo of their handiwork, the account claimed: "They did these handprints at Mabel's Paint Pot back in March and they visited again last week."

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I just found this on Twitter 🥺 SO CUTE!! George’s and Charlotte’s handwriting 😍 They did these handprints at the Mable’s Paint Pot in March and they visited it again last week. Thank you @toricambridge (Twitter) for posting it and @charlotte__chambers for sharing it with us! Soo cute 🧡 • • Follow my Backup Account @cambridges_videos 💛 • #New#RoyalFamily#New#Queen#PrinceWilliam#DukeofCambridge#KateMiddleton#DuchessofCambridge#PrinceGeorge#PrincessCharlotte#PrinceLouis#HerMajesty#QueenElizabeth#PrinceofWales#DuchessofCornwall#DukeofEdinburgh#PrincePhilip#PrincessAnne#PrincessRoyal#PrinceHarry#RoyalFamily#cambridgesvideos by @cambridgesvideos

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I just found this on Twitter 🥺 SO CUTE!!George’s and Charlotte’s handwriting 😍 They did these handprints at the Mable’s Paint Pot in March and they visited it again last week. Thank you @toricambridge (Twitter) for posting it and @charlotte__chambers for sharing it with us! Soo cute 🧡 • • Follow my Backup Account @cambridges_videos 💛 • #New#RoyalFamily#New#Queen#PrinceWilliam#DukeofCambridge#KateMiddleton#DuchessofCambridge#PrinceGeorge#PrincessCharlotte#PrinceLouis#HerMajesty#QueenElizabeth#PrinceofWales#DuchessofCornwall#DukeofEdinburgh#PrincePhilip#PrincessAnne#PrincessRoyal#PrinceHarry#RoyalFamily#cambridgesvideos by @cambridgesvideos

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While Charlotte left her handprint in orange paint, her older brother opted for green.

The photo of their artwork was also shared by another user who added: "Spent the afternoon pottery painting  so much fun! Kate Middleton, Prince George, Charlotte & Louis were also here on Saturday!"

As well as offering pottery painting, this Norfolk shop also has a selection of old fashioned sweets on offer – and customers can pick up their finished designs just a few days after they've been painted.

What's more, Kate Middleton and Prince William revealed they'd had their homeschooling "ups and downs" over lockdown – and even "tricked" their eldest children into working through the Easter holidays.

In more Royal Family news, Meghan Markle has been announced as surprise guest in Michelle Obama’s campaign to get people voting.

And Meghan Markle had ‘unrealistic expectations’ of ‘busy’ Kate Middleton & ‘took things personally,’ an insider has claimed.

Plus Prince George ‘will be taught the royal family tradition of fly fishing on Cambridge’s summer trip to Balmoral’.

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