Kate Middleton’s healthy new Windsor diet with George, Charlotte and Louis revealed


Georgia Brown

The duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently announced plans to move to Windsor with their three children, leaving behind their lavish London apartment within Kensington Palace.

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The Royal Family are just days away from their official move before Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis starting at Lambbrook School on September 8, and we bet they are already looking forward to exploring their new postcode.

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From farm shops stocked with fresh local Windsor honey, high quality meat from butchers and royalty-approved dairy products from the Prince Consort Farm’s Jersey Herd, the Cambridges will certainly not be short of culinary delights in their new home.

The Duke and Duchess both understand the importance of healthy eating for themselves and their children. Fortunately, they will be able to obtain many fresh and local products at the Windsor Farm Shop on the edge of Home Park.

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The Cambridges will be spoiled for choice when it comes to fresh produce

Duchess Kate in particular has expressed her penchant for food. Be it cooking at home with his three children, concoct delicious curries for Prince William or keep hearty spicy chutneys to give to family members, we expect the Duchess to be grateful for the abundance of fresh produce available on her new doorstep.

According to Windsor’s Farm Shop, Prince Philip first came up with the idea of ​​selling high-quality produce from the royal estates and other small local suppliers.

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Their website reads: “Its aim was to support small businesses in the region whilst providing customers with the best quality products Britain has to offer.

“The store opened to the public on November 11, 2001 and since then it has grown in strength and size.”

Windsor is home to a farm shop planned by the royal estate

Fortunately, the Cambridges are familiar with Windsor given that the Queen’s sprawling royal residence is just a ten-minute walk from their new home at Adelaide Cottage – but that doesn’t mean Kate and William won’t need to get together. get used to their new lifestyle. at their home in Berkshire.

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As well as being able to experience Windsor’s finest produce from the Royal Estate, Kate and William can enjoy an array of local pubs, artisan bakeries and even Michelin-starred restaurants. Delicious!

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