There’s no doubting that the Royal Family are very much in vogue at the moment, and no one more so than the Duchess of Cambridge.
Following on from her marriage to Prince William in 2011 and the birth of their son Prince George earlier this year, the Duchess has been one of the most talked-about people on the planet, gathering admirers for her charisma and style.
If you’d like to live like Kate then you may want to think about taking a trip to the capital, as Visitlondon has recently compiled a list of her favourite spots hang out in the city.
Among the shops said to be frequented by the Duchess are the likes of Topshop and Russell & Bromley, so a stroll down Oxford Street is always a good bet if you fancy catching a glimpse of the famous royal refreshing her wardrobe.
When it comes to culture, the Duchess is a regular visitor to the Dulwich Picture Gallery – the oldest public art gallery in England – where works by several 17th and 18th century masters – including Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Rubens and many more – can be seen.
Located in South East London, the gallery can be accessed from North Dulwich or West Dulwich rail stations, or if you’re taking the tube then you’ll find Brixton, Clapham South, Honour Oak Park and Forest Hill nearby as well.
Another great place to head to is Kensington Palace, as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have recently moved into the apartment formerly occupied by Princess Margaret within the palace itself. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a special exhibition of dresses worn by Princess Diana and the Queen, while the famous Kensington Palace Gardens are always popular too.
Kensington Palace can be found at the western end of Hyde Park, so you can enjoy London’s largest green space at the same time as visiting the Duchess’s residence.