The Cambridge’s Head to Anmer Hall

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After spending three days at their London residence, William and Kate have left Kensington Palace.

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The family was spotted in their black Land Rover headed to their ten-bedroom mansion, Anmer Hall, on the Queen’s estate in Sandringham. This is where they will spend most of the summer.

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Anmer Hall is set in the countryside (115 miles from Kensington Palace), close to the beach and good for commuting.

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The stately Georgian mansion was given to the Duke and Duchess as a present after their wedding in April 2011. The couple spent nearly $2.5 million to renovate the property, including a conservatory, a new kitchen and a new roof.

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Once the Cambridge’s arrive at Anmer Hall, we probably won’t see Princess Charlotte again until her christening.

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Anglesey Ultra-Marathon August 2013

After the birth of Prince George, Kate returned to official royal engagements after about five weeks of maternity leave but this time, she’s expected to take considerably more leave with her family.

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The Duchess of Cambridge wore a blue and white printed scarf by one of her favorite, go-to U.K. designers, Beulah.

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The blue lip print ‘Brisa’ scarf (90% Modal 10% Cashmere) is currently sold out but if you’re quick you can pick up the ‘Brisa’ shawl (same blue lip pattern as the scarf) for a steep £195.

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Kate finished off her look with her go-to pair of gold Annoushka diamond and pearl drop earrings (£1,060).

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