Currently, the Cambridge royals are away on holiday during the children’s half term. Prince William, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and their children were seen outside the Windsor Suite in Heathrow on Thursday.
It was not clear where the royals were travelling to for their holiday, but photos showed the Cambridges unloading their car outside the airport.
George, eight, Charlotte, six, and three-year-old Louis were driven to the airport by William in an Audi.
Currently, It is half term for George and Charlotte, who attend Thomas’s Battersea.
However the royal children are set to be back at school on Monday, November 1, meaning they could be back just in time for Halloween.
In 2019, Kate was spotted buying George and Charlotte Halloween costumes at her local Sainsbury’s in Hardwick Industrial Estate, Norfolk.
Mum-of-four Kathy Whittaker told The Mirror at the time: “Another shopper said that Kate was in the shop near the clothing and pointed where she was to me. I just couldn’t believe it.
“She was with Charlotte and George looking at Halloween outfits but her bodyguard was kind of watching people with phones and telling them no pictures.
“I managed to get the photo as she was at the self-service check out.
“You just don’t expect it to happen, you think Kate would shop in Waitrose or Harrods.”
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In 2018, OK!’s royal expert Christina Reeves shared she thinks the Cambridge royals celebrate the holiday in their own way.
She told the outlet: “The royals certainly don’t publicly celebrate Halloween, however, Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton and sister, Pippa Middleton might well put their party planning skills to good use.
“It’s likely they will throw a private party for George and Charlotte behind closed doors.”
Last year, the Cambridge royals took a trip away while coronavirus pandemic restrictions were eased.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children took a break on Tresco Island in the Isles of Scilly.
The island is the only one of the five islands which is privately owned and is said to boast white sand, turquoise waters, rare birds and lush flora and fauna.
According to MyLondon, fellow holidaymakers describing what it was like seeing the royals said: “We hardly noticed at first as they seemed a normal family on holiday intent on keeping themselves to themselves.
“The place where they were staying was quite modest and certainly not hugely luxurious.”