Kate Middleton treated her kids with Prince William to a luxury spa to enjoy swimming during their half-term break.

Daily Mail royal correspondent Rebecca English reported that the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte visited a luxury Norfolk hotel complex on Tuesday afternoon. They only stayed there for half an hour, but the onlookers quickly spotted them.

During their swimming session, one royal fan described Prince George and Princess Charlotte as “ impeccably behaved” as they practiced their diving skills. Middleton added fun by organizing little races for the two. She was heard saying “ready, steady go” as her kids prepped to be in the waters.

Prince George was leading the race the whole time with his dog paddle swimming style but Princess Charlotte never lost her enthusiasm. Prince William and Middleton’s only daughter was even heard calling Middleton’s attention saying, “Look mummy I’m diving in.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are good swimmers and their kids clearly inherited this. Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoyed the waters without armbands and were “super confident.”

When Prince George and Princess Charlotte tried to jump in the water, Middleton shook her fingers to indicate “no” and then pointed to a no diving signage. After swimming, the trio went to the steam room and sauna and stayed there for four to five minutes each.

Prince William and Middleton opted to take a break from their royal duties to spend time with their kids on their half-term break. According to Ainhoa Barcelona, a journalist for Hello!, the palace usually doesn’t schedule official engagements during the kids’ holidays, so the family can bond together.

Previous reports claimed that Prince William and Middleton took their kids to a ski trip when the family was just in Anmer Hall.

Meanwhile, Meghan Markle spent an extravagant baby shower in New York at about the same time. The Duchess of Sussex was criticized for the lavish celebration which was deemed as an “exhibition of extravagance at a time of national hardship” because poor families struggle to feed their children.

Angela Levin advised Prince Harry to step in and warn Markle about her poor choices. The royal commentator encouraged the Duke of Sussex to find his voice because the “stakes are high.”

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Kate Middleton organized a swimming race for her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their half-term break. Pictured: Middleton, Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince William arrive to attend the service at St Mark's Church on Christmas Day on Dec. 25, 2016 in Bucklebury, Berkshire. Getty Images/Andrew Matthews