Kate Middleton news: Norfolk swing has secret sentimental story | Royal | News


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to the back-court swing at Anmer Hall, in Norfolk is revealed a secret backstory. The traditional swing featured at the last photos of the Duchess took her husband and their three children.

The garden furniture was a wedding gift to Cambridge in 2011.It had the words “William and Catherine” engraved.

The gift is the rumor from William’s father, Prince Charles.

An employee Of the Oak & Rope Company has told People magazine: “It was a wedding gift for Wills and Kate.”

The oak gift company specializes in custom contemporary hand-carved designs.

They said that the average swing is $373 (£297) and takes two weeks to craft.

The garden swing is made from solid oak and natural rope.

It hangs from a tree in the grounds of Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.

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The Duchess is an amateur photographer and has published images in honor of Prince William’s 38th birthday on Sunday.

His birthday also coincided with the Father’s Day celebrations.

Last week, Prince William has revealed a new insight into the isolation of life in Norfolk with his children.

During the visit a bakery that serves the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, Prince William said his three children have been attacking the kitchen”.

The Duke heard how the Smiths, the Bakers had to face in the course of the sars coronavirus crisis.

Prince William said: “I’ve done a bit of baking.

“The kids have been attacking the kitchen and it’s just an explosion of flour and chocolate everywhere.

“Catherine’s been doing a little baking.”

The bakery closed its doors shortly after lockdown was implemented and has been reopened.

Prince William said: “The important thing is that stores like yours can obtain the back again and the High Street and the city feel like it’s getting a little more back to normal.”


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