Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Royally Fun Days Out This Autumn

Now that autumn is well underway and any sign of warm weather has wilted with the leaves, we doubt that George and Charlotte's nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo, will be seen frolicking on the beach or having a tea party in the park with the little royals for a while now. However, there is no need to sit in the palace all day, which is why we have compiled three great autumn adventures for Maria to take the mini royals along to, right here in the UK!


THE WOODLAND WALK

Snettisham’s Nature Reserve in Norfolk is at it’s most beautiful on a crisp autumn morning as the tens of thousand pink-footed geese fly overhead. We can imagine Prince George loving the open space to run around as he jumps cheekily in the crispy leaves and plays with the family’s cocker spaniel, Lupo.


A HISTORIC DAY OUT

With four museums, a stunning cathedral, roman ruins and a great theatre, the royal children will find lots to do in Canterbury. With plenty of events for children this month and a huge selection of quiet places to eat, Maria and the mini monarchs can have an educational day in a historic Kentish city.
 

          MEET THE ANIMALS


What kid doesn’t love a zoo? Woburn Safari Park in Bedford will give Charlotte the chance to touch a real Indian elephant and get up close to a wide selection of other exotic creatures. Always having amazing activities for young children, George will get to make friends and play all day!

Image Credits: Pinterest & @Woburn_Safari Twitter
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