Summer vacation kicks off for Kate Middleton and Prince William! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have set down in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. A stay in the property of Balmoral, which belongs to Queen Elizabeth II. Indeed, there, they have a third property: the cottage of Tam-Na-Ghar. A house so private that no photo has leaked to the press or has been published by the Buckingham and Kensington Palace press services. What we do know is that Tam-Na-Ghar is a gift from the Queen Mother, who died in 2002, to her grandson Prince William. It is located near Birkhall, where the residence of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles is located.
Scotland, a land dear to the heart of Kate Middleton and Prince William. Indeed, it is at the University of St Andrews that the tandem met. The beginning of a great love story in the spotlight …
Back to basics
Last May, the couple were back at the place of their meeting. The Duke of Cambridge did not fail to express in particular his joy at having been able to return to Saint Andrews. Where William, 38, and Kate, 39, first met 20 years ago. “It was wonderful to come back to St Andrews and walk the path of remembrance together,” he said. Today, they are the proud parents of three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Kate Middleton and Prince William © Floyd Chris / Camera Press / ABACA