Prince and Princess of Wales spotted at pub near Windsor Castle
A royal lunch date! Prince and Princess of Wales are spotted enjoying a low-key outing at a pub near Windsor Castle
- The Royal couple enjoyed a low-key lunch while their children were studying
- William and Kate sat nearby Maggie Caxton who was celebrating her OBE
- The news comes as Kate was out on an solo trip to a children’s centre in London
The Prince and Princess of Wales took some time out from their busy schedule to enjoy a pub lunch yesterday, according to reports on Twitter.
The Royal couple enjoyed their low-key date in Windsor and sat nearby Maggie Caxton and her partner, who were toasting to Ms Caxton’s OBE.
Ms Caxton runs the North East Learning Trust, a multi-academy Trust which gives children across the North East of England the ‘very best education’.
The Princess of Wales (pictured) headed for a drink and a pub lunch with the Prince of Wales while their children were working hard on their studies yesterday (Pictured: Kate Middleton enjoying a smoothie drink in Liverpool in 2012)
The Trust tweeted: ‘Congratulations to our chair, Maggie Saxton, who received her OBE from Princess Anne at Windsor Castle yesterday.
‘Maggie was thrilled to attend the ceremony and in particular, to find herself sitting beside the Prince and Princess of Wales in the local pub afterwards!’
Further information about the Prince and Princess of Wales’s date has not be released.
To the delight of many in the centre in Hillingdon the Princess was spotted having an endearing exchange with a small child.
The Royal couple (pictured) enjoyed their low-key date in Windsor and sat nearby Maggie Caxton and her partner, who were toasting to Ms Caxton’s OBE (Pictured: William and Kate visiting Scarborough to launch funding support for young people’s mental health in November)
It’s not the first time William and Kate have been seen enjoying a meal out in a low-key establishment.
When in Norfolk at their Anmer Hall home, they’ve been spotted making visits to the The Crown Inn at East Rudham, which is a short walk away.
Another favourite is The Old Boot Inn in Stanford Dingley, Berkshire, near Kate’s parents, where she’s a fan of the sticky toffee pudding.
The chef previously told People: ‘Kate is always discreet and has always complimented the dishes with great kindness.’
And in 2021, the couple were spotted leaving Forgan’s restaurant in St Andrews after enjoying a meal during their week-long tour of Scotland in May 2021.
The couple even stopped off for a takeaway dinner at a chippy where they were regulars as students at St Andrews, during the same visit.
The couple ordered a £7.95 takeaway haddock supper, wrapped in paper, which they ate on a bench on the pier. They went back for ice creams – William’s in a cup, Kate’s in a cone – and chatted to staff, with Kate saying it had been a ‘trip down memory lane’.