Prince William and Kate Middleton brought Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis for lunch on Sunday – in a beer garden just outside London.
The royal couple and their young children were spotted having “down-to-earth” food at a Norfolk pub.
The photographers took photos of the family gathered around an outdoor picnic table as they enjoyed burgers and fries.
“It’s great to see how broken the family is,” one eyewitness said told The Sun, adding, “It’s easy to miss them – and assume they’re a different family.”
According to witnesses, the family apparently had a blast as they ate at the local watering hole.
“They laughed and chatted and clearly enjoyed each other’s company,” the source said. “They eat out, I think because it’s easier for the kids.”
The spy added that there was no “security around” and it was “they’re just chilling like other families.”
The Duke of Cambridge, 39, was still seen running in dad-mode at one point, when one of his children was having trouble eating.
“There was one particularly touching moment where one of the kids got angry because their food was too hot,” the witness said. “William was very quick to check them out and sort them out. It was so nice to see.”
Both William and Middleton, who are also 39, were dressed in sweaters and slacks. George, 8, and Charlotte, 6, both wear T-shirts, while Louis, 3, reflects on his father in a navy pullover. The family also joined their dog.