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Kate Middleton has arrived in Scotland with her two youngest children, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and the royals shocked passengers by taking an economy flight.
- In a video shared to TikTok on Sunday evening, Kate Middleton was spotted disembarking a commercial flight in Scotland with Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
- Prince William is thought to have travelled to Scotland separately with Prince George, nine.
- In other royal news, Prince Charles has launched a new fragrance with very sentimental inspiration.
The TikTok user who spotted Kate, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis wrote: "On a flight to Scotland, Kate Middleton, both kids, nanny and security 2 rows in front of me. Could get a private jet or helicopter but keeping it simple, flying economy."
They added: "She even got up half way through the flight to get her daughter's iPad. And yes she was stunning, even gave me a smile while looking back at row behind her to talk to her son.
"No one on board took any photos or videos. Just a mum taking her children on holiday to see grandmother, but there was a buzz on board."
The Cambridges will be spending the final weeks of summer at the Queen's 50,000 acre Balmoral estate, where the monarch resides every summer.
It's been a royal tradition for a number of decades for the royal family to spend the holidays there since Queen Victoria acquired the estate, and Her Majesty has followed suit, visiting as a young Princess, a young mother and then as a monarch.
Kate Middleton is known and loved for the ways she breaks royal tradition to modernise how she raises her family.
Royal author Kate Nicholl recently explained on the Channel 5 documentary Kate: Our Queen in Waiting: “I think the brilliant thing about the Duchess of Cambridge is that she is bring a modern touch to the role, but while respecting all of the traditions that come with being a future Queen."
While royal journalist Victoria Murphy added: “The way that they’re bringing up their children actually really does emulate — much more strongly — Kate’s upbringing than William’s upbringing. It also offers a lot of ways in which to be relatable to the general public.”
That's why we love you, Kate!