Prince George and Princess Charlotte are spending the rest of their summer with Prince Louis in the UK

Prince George and Princess Charlotte still have a few weeks until they are back to school and nursery but it's thought that they won't be jetting off on any more holidays abroad for the summer. 

After experiencing ultimate privacy in the secluded shores of Mustique, Kate and William have taken their family back to Anmer Hall, Norfolk for the rest of the summer according to Hello! magazine.

Although it isn’t as private as a Caribbean island, it will give the kids a chance to experience normal family life for a few weeks.

Anmer Hall has a special place in the Cambridge’s hearts as it was gifted to them for their wedding and it was Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first home.

It’s likely Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be loving the fact they get to spend the rest of their summer there. Anmer Hall has a swimming pool and private tennis courts so there is plenty of things for the little ones to get up to!

Prince William recently admitted how much he wanted the children to play tennis so perhaps he’ll be getting them a tutor.

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Even if they don’t play tennis Prince George and Princess Charlotte can have a good run around

According to People, Kate and William have few, if any, staff when they relocate to Anmer Hall and Kate often opens the front door herself. This may not seem like a big deal but it’s a huge step in trying to give Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis as normal a childhood as possible.

Prince George still doesn’t know he’s third in line to the throne and it’s unlikely Kate and William have told Charlotte she’s a princess yet so having these few weeks of normality is important for the whole family.

While they won’t be going abroad again for a while, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and little Prince Louis might be treated to one last adventure before summer is over.

A visit to their beloved Gan Gan who is currently residing in the Scottish Highlands at the Balmoral estate.

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Balmoral Caste, Scotland

The estate has 50,000 acres of land and 150 buildings on the estate so there is plenty of space for the little ones to burn off some steam without causing too much noise for the Queen!

The Queen has often been seen horse riding around the estate and given Prince George’s growing interest in riding perhaps he’ll join his Gan Gan in a ride later this summer.

We’d LOVE to see a picture of that!