Following their whirlwind tour of Sweden and Norway, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking to take some time out over the next few days.
The royal couple had a jam-packed few days of engagements, but now won’t be attending any official events at all until 18th February.
But why are they planning over a week off from their royal commitments? Well, it turns out, the reason is actually rather sweet.
William and Catherine are no doubt looking forward to spending some special time with their children, given that they’ve both been busy with engagements recently.
Since returning from Sweden and Norway on Saturday, the pair have already completed three engagements between them.
The half term will also mark the first time Princess Charlotte has had a holiday since beginning at Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington.
The two-year-old started at the nursery in January, spending three mornings a week at the school. And, of course, George long ago settled into school life, having been a pupil at Thomas’s Battersea since September.
Catherine, William, George and Charlotte began their lives as a family in the home. But last year, they moved back to London, to take on more royal commitments.