Princess Kate gets her art ‘fix’ with major perk at key tourist attractions

Kate, the Princess of Wales gets her art “fix” with major perks at top tourist attractions across London, according to a royal author.

Royal author Tina Brown has revealed, in her book ‘The Palace Papers: Inside The House of Windsor – The Truth and the Turmoil’, that the royal ensures that she keeps up with one of her earliest passions.

Ms Brown said that Kate takes secret trips to key London-based attractions, including a host of museums and galleries, in order to “nourish her inner life”.

Despite it previously being a little-known secret, Kate has been spotted on one of her visits, which typically take place early in the morning.

She was previously spotted sneaking into the Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy early one morning.

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Speaking to the lucky tourist who spotted the Princess of Wales, Kate told him: “I miss my history of art. It’s what I do to get my fix.”

In 2001, Kate enrolled herself at St Andrews University – the one which she eventually met her future husband.

With no surprise, the future Queen studied the history of Art, with Prince William originally planning on enrolling on the same course.

Prince William made a decision to swap his course to geography, although this still allowed him and Kate to meet.

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In 2018, Kate put her degree to good use when she selected photos for the National Gallery’s Victorian Giants: The birth of art photography exhibition.

Kate wrote the captions alongside the pictures, and the foreword to the exhibition catalogue.

Her love of art has seemingly been passed down to her eldest son, Prince George.

Last Christmas, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared a festive painting by George.

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The now-10-year-old’s design featured a reindeer in a snowy scene with two robins perched on his altars.

Art is also a hobby that stretches into other members of George’s family – in particular his paternal grandfather, King Charles III.

The monarch has put paint to paper on many occasions, having painted things like the Imperial Palace in Japan.

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