Kate Middleton Snuck Into London Pub For A Girls Night Out

Kate Middleton’s not a regular mom, she’s a cool mom. And, well, she’s a royal mom, so, that can make things complicated when she wants to have a girls night out. Luckily, though, Kate has a few tricks up her sleeve that lets her meet up with other moms from Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s school without being hounded by paparazzi. In fact, Kate was able to sneak into a London pub just last month without being spotted. Here’s how the Duchess of Cambridge managed it.

According to the Daily Mail, Kate was able to attend a meet-and-greet for parents of students at Thomas’s Battersea, which is where George and Charlotte attend school. The night out was held at the Hollywood Arms pub in Chelsea. The pub is reportedly a popular spot, however, Kate managed to sneak in thanks to a secret door in the back.

So, how did Kate know about this secret door? It turns out the door was reportedly installed for Prince Harry during his early twenties. The door allowed Harry to sneak in and out to hang out with his friends without causing a fuss. Though not confirmed, it’s believed that a few popular London pubs had these secret doors installed for Harry back in the day.

While Kate did get to enjoy a night out with her fellow school moms, she did have a personal protection officer in tow. She may be a cool mom, but royals still need to have their PPOs on hand even for a girls night out.

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In November every year we remember those who have lost their lives in the service of the country. Among the events that will mark #Remembrance is the annual Festival of Remembrance, hosted by the Royal British Legion and directed by Captain David Cole, the Legion’s Director of Music since 2006. Today The Duke of Cambridge, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, presented Captain Cole with his OBE for services to Music and the Royal British Legion. The @RoyalBritishLegion is at the heart of a national network that has supported our Armed Forces community since 1921. In 2019 the Legion is asking for communities across Britain to 'Remember Together' the service and sacrifice, friendship and collaboration of the men and women of Britain 🇬🇧 the Commonwealth 🌍 and Allied nations who fought together in 1944 👉 swipe to see more. Later this week The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join Her Majesty The Queen and Members of @TheRoyalFamily as the nation commemorates and honours the men and women who have sacrificed themselves in Service to our country and the Commonwealth. Footage 🎥 courtesy of BCA, the BBC and the Royal British Legion.

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