Princess Charlotte, Prince George and mum Kate Middleton are spending half term in a very special location

Princess Charlotte and Prince George are currently off on half term, but where are the two royals spending their week off with mum Kate and little brother Prince Louis?

The tiny royals recently melted hearts all over the world at their uncle’s wedding, and now they’re getting a well deserved week off from school – like most children up and down the country.

But while they now live permanently in London, at Kensington Palace, Princess Charlotte and Prince George are thought to have been taken out out of the city by mum Kate.

Over the weekend, Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Kate were spotted at the Houghton Horse Trials which is a short ten-minute drive from their home Anmer Hall, so it seems like the family has chosen to spend the week back in their country mansion in Norfolk.

On Sunday Princess Charlotte was spotted enjoying a huge strawberry ice cream while at the horse trials which has strengthened speculation that the family intend to spend the whole half term away from London.

The Cambridges lived in Anmer Hall while Prince William worked as a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and was Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first home.

Kate has previously spoken about her love of Norfolk and how much she enjoys spending quality time with her children. Being out of the city will allow Prince George and Princess Charlotte a lot more freedom to run around, explore and enjoy they time with no classes or homework!

As well as allowing them to spend quality time together, this half-term break is even more special for the Cambridges as it’s their first one as a family of five.

The time off will also be a good opportunity for Kate and William’s eldest children to bond with their younger sibling Prince Louis.

However, it seems Princess Charlotte has taken to being a big sister very well and a few weeks ago we reported on how she refused to leave little Louis’ side – cute!

Prince Louis: May 2018

Prince Louis and Prince William were not seen at the Houghton Horse Trials but it is likely they’ll be in Norfolk too.

The youngest of the Cambridge family is now just over a month old but we are yet to see a picture of all three siblings together.

Kate loves to photograph her children and often releases her own pictures for the public to see. Perhaps she will get a snap of all three children together this week while they are in a more relaxed environment.

This portrait of the Cambridges was released in December 2015, hopefully we’ll get one as a family of five soon

We are also yet to see a picture of the family as a group of five. Although some thought this might happen at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, Prince Louis did not attend as he was just 27 days old.

The next formal engagement that the Cambridge’s are likely to attend is the Trooping of Colour in June but it has not be confirmed if Prince Louis will attend.

Prince George did not attend until nearly his second birthday and Princess Charlotte had to wait until she turned one, so it’s possible Kate and William will follow the same rule with little Louis.