Prince William and Kate Middleton’s ‘secret window’ hack at Kensington Palace laid bare

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Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 39, call Kensington Palace their home in the capital and share the address with their three children. Tourists visit the royal’s Jacobean mansion in their droves.

Unsurprisingly, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s private quarters at Kensington Palace within Apartment 1A are unsurprisingly off-limits to the general public.

But one TikToker, operating under the username @allthatpretty, revealed the extent to which Kensington Palace ensures the Cambridges have the privacy needed when they are at their London address.

The account, which belongs to Northern Irish mother-of-three Laura-Ann Barr, amassed over 750,000 views on the social media platform during the clip.

The footage shows the corner of the window which overlooks the Cambridges’ private garden becoming blurrier as she approaches.

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Accompanying the clip, the user wrote: “I’m at the Kensington Palace tour!

“Look at the secret windows they have that make sure you can’t see into Kate & Will’s private garden to the right.

“They have it on all the windows in this room.”

Laura-Ann, who describes herself as a “fan of the royals”, has uploaded 20 videos to her @allthatspretty account.

This includes footage from a Buckingham Palace garden party, the time Laura-Ann handed Meghan Markle, 40, flowers during a visit and a “breathtaking” clip of Princess Diana’s wedding dress.

However, users responded to the clip of the “secret” windows at Kensington Palace with considerable support.

“They are entitled to their privacy, especially for their children,” one said.

Another argued: “I’m actually happy at the thought of their kids being able to play outside their home like normal.”

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According to the Mirror, William and Kate have only previously shared small glimpses of their home at Kensington Palace.

This included when ex-US President Barack Obama, 60, and his wife, Michelle, 57, visited the Cambridges.

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