Rare glimpse inside Kate Middleton’s living room filled with cute family snaps

Kate Middleton has given royal fans an eye-opening glimpse into her and Prince William's Kensington Palace living room filled with family photos.

The Duchess of Cambridge held a video call with RAF, Navy and Army families on Tuesday (November 10) ahead of Remembrance Day yesterday (November 11).

But, with Kate and Wills usually taking video calls in front of a plain white wall, the video from their living room a new look into the royal couple's home.

Eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice the collection of snaps Kate had lined up behind her in the video, including one she took herself.

Starting on the far left, the 38-year-old has a snap of her and Prince Louis enjoying the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019.

She can be seen hugging the then-one-year-old while they examine a bug together. It is the only picture in her collection that features Kate in.

Next to that is a cute portrait of her other two children – Prince George and Princess Charlotte – hugging each other in their school uniform.

It was taken outside Kensington Palace back in September 2019 to mark Charlotte’s first day at school.

William then features in her third picture. The snap shows a beaming Wills leaning against a safari car at Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary in Tazmania.

The image of the relaxed Duke of Cambridge was taken on his solo African tour of 2018 and was a clear favorite of Kate's, having shared it the following year to wish her husband a happy birthday.

Last but not least, Kate features an adorable picture she took herself of George laughing on the grass.

The portrait, taken on his sixth birthday, is also the biggest of her collection and, according to royal expert Phil Dampier, showed George as a “normal boy”.

It comes after the touching sacrifice Prince Harry made for Kate was revealed.

Prince William proposed to the Duchess of Cambridge with his late mother Princess Diana’s engagement ring – which Harry had initially chosen as a keepsake.

But as William was the first to get engaged he gave it up so his older brother could offer it to his bride, Kate Middleton.

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