Kate Middleton often makes solo outings early in the mornings to give herself some inner nourishment, a book has claimed.
The Princess of Wales’ ability to move through the world unnoticed is limited and as such she takes time to sneak out in quieter times, according to The Palace Papers by Tina Brown.
It claims that mum-of-three Kate takes that solo time to "nourish her inner life" as she goes and visits places without attracting the attention of anyone nearby.
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This includes visiting London museums and galleries at around 8am.
On one such trip, Kate is said by the book to have been busted by a member of the public who had also been at the early morning David Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy.
The princess is understood to have said to them: "I miss my history of art. It’s what I do to get my fix."
Kate studied art at the University of St Andrew's, graduating in 2005 with a 2:1 and, at the wedding of her sister Pippa, drew the cover of the order of service.
The image of St Mark's Church was praised by the groom, James Matthews, who said in his wedding speech, "to Pippa’s sister Kate, such ability – a beautiful drawing of St Mark’s church in the order of service."
Since then, she has done work in the arts, including selecting photos in 2018 for the National Gallery's Victorian Giants: The birth of art photography exhibition.
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