They have been called the King and Queen of Royal ravers, so it was no surprise to see Lady Amelia Windsor and Cassius Taylor among the first to use pubs that drank al frescoes after weeks of closing.
The blue-blooded couple, who are 39th and 45th in line for the throne, were spotted enjoying a drink in plastic glasses outside a pub in trendy Notting Hill.
Lady Amelia, 24, and Cassius, 23, both grandchildren of the Duke of Kent, have become close friends and seemed happy and relaxed when talking together.
They have been called the King and Queen of Royal ravers, so it was no surprise to see Lady Amelia Windsor and Cassius Taylor take advantage of pubs serving al fresco liquor
The blue-blooded couple, who are 39th and 45th in line for the throne, were spotted enjoying a drink in plastic glasses outside a pub in trendy Notting Hill
The pair returned to the capital after the glamorous royal left her London base amid the corona virus pandemic.
Lady Amelia Windsor had shown her idyllic rural life online – despite the government’s advice to stay at home – and shared photos of her walks through fields and lunches in a lush, large garden.
She is regularly taken out for walks in her local neighborhood of Notting Hill, where she enjoys a wide variety of hobbies, including pottery and ballet classes.
She also has a thriving following of 81,000 followers on Instagram, where she regularly posts snaps of glamorous fashion events, as well as her adventures exploring trendy parts of London.
The pair returned to the capital after the glamorous royal left her London base amid the corona virus pandemic
24-year-old Lady Amelia Windsor appears to have left her London home amid coronavirus closure despite government advice
The royal woman, who is 39th in line for the throne, has shared a selection of photos with idyllic country life on her Instagram
However, since her last post in London on March 24, the Royal Family has shared photos of an idyllic life, including walking through blooming flower fields and cooking on an Arga.
In another photo, shared to her Instagram account, she can be seen enjoying a sweet potato for lunch in a large garden, with a sun lounger in the background.
Meanwhile, she was seen in a photo posted over Easter weekend with a rabbit ornament in a large garden.
In another photo, she is seen posing in front of a glass-paneled door, with a sign that reads, “Thank you NHS.”
Shared in an instant with her Instagram account, the royal can be seen posing in a field full of blooming flowers
Meanwhile, other photos shared on her account also seemed to show a more idyllic rural life than her usual North London base
Lady Amelia, who graduated from the University of Edinburgh in Italian and French earlier this year, is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent.
Since leaving college, Amelia, once dubbed ‘the most beautiful royal’ by Tatler and now signed to Kate Moss’ former agency Storm, has juggled modeling work, fashion collaborations and writing.
She has previously spoken about trying to live as sustainably as possible and often borrows clothing from brands for events.
Among the snaps that seem to have been taken in a different location from her usual London home is one of Amelia cooking above an Arga stove
Londoners faced a strong setback when they fled the city to isolate themselves in rural areas, with many criticizing them for behaving “selfishly” during the coronavirus pandemic.
Aristocrats, heirs, and social models avoid busy cities like London by staying in their beautiful country houses – including people like Hum Fleming, Princess Eugenie’s friend and family member of James Bond creator Ian Fleming.
It led to some signs in the countryside telling people to ‘stay away’ from the city to prevent the spread of the disease.
In another photo, Lady Amelia seemed to be enjoying a sweet potato lunch while relaxing in a large and lush garden
Lady Amelia shared another photo earlier this week while enjoying a ‘rainbow chard’ from a kitchen, unlike her usual London home
Strictly Come Dancing is known for glamor, sequins and … packed lunches.
Former professional dancer AJ Pritchard, who quit the BBC show in March, has complained that the food served during filming was so bad that he often took it himself.
“The food is sometimes suspicious. I prefer to cook myself ‘, the dancer reveals.
“The first year I was on the line, we used to have rock hard chicken.”
Sounds enough to give everyone the fox pride!