Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly visited a pub in Berkshire this weekend alongside their children.

According to Mirror, the royal couple loves visiting a pub near Middleton’s family’s home in Bucklebury in Berkshire with their three children. Landlord Andre Claassen said, “I think they like coming here because people leave them alone.”

“No one bothers them or asks for selfies. It’s hard to know what to say when you go and talk to William, but he’s very friendly,” he added.

Claassen went on to say that it’s still a little bit weird to see Middleton playing with her children outside the pub. The landlord also said that it is not uncommon for pub visitors to pretend that they do not Prince George, but there’s no denying the fact that Princess Charlotte is very cute.

“She plays in the garden with my partner Rebecca’s daughter. One time we had a coach full of Dutch tourists out there with them and no one even knew who they were, because they always just look like an ordinary family,” he said.

According to the landlord, Middleton’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, are also regulars at the pub. Just last month, Claassen saw the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, Pippa Middleton and her husband, James Matthews, at the pub.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle were also rumored to have visited a Berkshire pub with their son, Archie, last week. An insider claimed that he saw Markle carrying Archie the entire time she and her husband were there.

The onlooker also claimed that Markle must be pregnant with her second child because she only drank water while she was at the pub. Prince Harry, on the other hand, drank pints of beer.

But a more credible source debunked the claims of the onlooker. A spokesperson for Rose & Crown said that Prince Harry and Markle didn’t visit a pub with their son recently.

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Prince William and Middleton meet with Irish Guards after attending the St Patrick's Day parade at Cavalry Barracks on March 17, 2019 in Hounslow, England. Getty Images/Gareth Fuller