Kate and William appear to hold hands as they rush back to their children at Buckingham Palace

A behind-the-scenes video has captured the moment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rushed to greet their children following an engagement in Cumbria last week. 

Kate, 37, and William, 36, were pictured walking across the lawn at Kensington Palace after travelling back to London by helicopter.

Captured by royal fan standing by London’s Kensington Palace Gardens and shared to account Mind Foundry, the royals were seen dressed in casual attire as they returned from a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm in Patterdale last Tuesday.

The video shows a glimpse of their children, George, 5, Charlotte, 4, and 1-year-old Louis, waiting behind the gates with their nanny as they wait for their parents to return home from work.

A behind-the-scenes video has captured the moment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rushed to greet their children following an engagement in Cumbria last week

A behind-the-scenes video has captured the moment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rushed to greet their children following an engagement in Cumbria last week

A behind-the-scenes video has captured the moment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rushed to greet their children following an engagement in Cumbria last week

Kate and William are seen walking speedily towards the children, who are waiting near armed police. 

Shared to Instagram fan account ‘Tea time with the Cambridges‘, the video’s caption reads: ‘When one of the first videos of William and Kate arriving back at Kensington Palace after their day of engagements in Cumbria was posted, I noticed how fast they were walking an jokingly said, ‘They must be rushing back to the kids’…and it looks like I was right!

‘In this video you can see what looks like all 3 Cambridge babies waiting for their Mum and Papa to return home from work!’.

They added: ‘We only have about a year or less of videos like these as recently, new hedges were planted around the gates to block people from seeing the royals arriving and leaving (don’t know how well they’ll work)’. 

The video shows a glimpse of the children waiting behind the gates with their nanny as they wait for their parents to return home from work

Kate, 37, and William, 36, were pictured walking across the lawn at Kensington Palace after travelling back to London by helicopter

Kate, 37, and William, 36, were pictured walking across the lawn at Kensington Palace after travelling back to London by helicopter

Kate, 37, and William, 36, were pictured walking across the lawn at Kensington Palace after travelling back to London by helicopter

Last Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge was seen helping to shear a sheep during a visit to a Cumbrian farm.

The couple also joined the Cumbria Wildlife Trust on a nature walk through the farm and took in the view of the stunning countryside.  

During the nature walk The Duchess of Cambridge said she is immersing her three children in her love for the mountainous area of Britain’s Lake District. 

Captured by royal fan standing at London's Kensington Palace Gardens and shared to account Mind Foundry , the royals were seen dressed in casual attire as they returned from a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm in Patterdale - heading towards the gates

Captured by royal fan standing at London's Kensington Palace Gardens and shared to account Mind Foundry , the royals were seen dressed in casual attire as they returned from a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm in Patterdale - heading towards the gates

Captured by royal fan standing at London’s Kensington Palace Gardens and shared to account Mind Foundry , the royals were seen dressed in casual attire as they returned from a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm in Patterdale – heading towards the gates

Kate and William are seen walking speedily towards the children, who are waiting near armed police - seen behind the greenery

Kate and William are seen walking speedily towards the children, who are waiting near armed police - seen behind the greenery

Kate and William are seen walking speedily towards the children, who are waiting near armed police – seen behind the greenery

Kate, who has regularly holidayed in the area throughout her life, brought them for a family break in a recent half term holiday, and she told the crowd who came out to meet her and husband Prince William on Tuesday.

‘She said that it was raining a lot and was a long way from their home in Norfolk, but they love it here,’ one wellwisher lining the market square in the center of Keswick, Cumbria, said.

The visit marked the culmination of a busy day of engagements in the region, which also saw the royal couple meet with local residents, sample local produce and learn more about the challenges facing farmers. 

Last Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge was seen helping to shear a sheep during a visit to a Cumbrian farm

Last Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge was seen helping to shear a sheep during a visit to a Cumbrian farm

Last Tuesday the Duchess of Cambridge was seen helping to shear a sheep during a visit to a Cumbrian farm

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