Kate Middleton and Prince William enjoyed a romantic date night at a local pub Monday. The British royal couple were dressed down for the occasion and spent some quality time with each other leaving their kids behind at home. Their low-key outing was at The Crown Inn at East Rudham near their Norfolk home.

Kate, 34, opted for a casual look in skinny jeans and a navy jumper. The pair wanted to spend some time together so went in for a quiet table out of the way. A source, who is a regular at the pub and hotel, told The Sun that William and Kate’s outing seemed like a last minute thing.

The insider added that the British royal couple were dressed down for the occasion. “They both looked a little tired but seemed to have a lovely time and left at about 10.30pm,” said the source. The local pub is a short 15-minute drive from their home in Anmer Hall, Norfolk.

The 33-year-old prince reportedly opted for a glass of white wine, whilst Kate had a sparkling water. According to the insider the couple looked very much in love even after almost five years of their marriage. The source added that they were reportedly “leaning into one another chatting away, laughing and joking.”

William enjoyed his night off his East Anglian Air Ambulance duties. The couple have been very busy with their two kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Two-year-old George is already going to a nursery school near their country home of Anmer Hall, while his baby sister is now nine months old.

Meanwhile, Kate attended the 75th anniversary of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets as the new honorary Air Commandant on Sunday. Along with her blue Alexander McQueen coat, she wore a diamond-and-ruby brooch. The piece was donated by the noble Dacre family to the RAF Air Cadets in 1982 to mark the first women being allowed to join.

The last wearer was Cadet Warrant Officer Lucinda Conder, 19, who was awarded the brooch as best female cadet, a practice that has been going on for over 30 years. However, Kate received it on “long-term loan” from the female RAF cadets. The Duchess of Cambridge is currently the first female royal patron of the RAF.

Kate also rocked bolder brows a very Cara Delevingne style at the event. Her eyebrows looked much more defined, dark brunette with a pronounced arch. It made her look youthful.