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Inside Prince William and Kate Middleton's country mansion for Easter break amid cancer treatment

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The Prince and Princess of Wales' helicopter was pictured departing from the Windsor Estate on Saturday, 23 March with it being thought that the family of five are taking a well-earned break at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis broke up from school for the Easter holidays on Friday, 22 March - the same day that Kate bravely revealed she had been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment.The home, which was given to the couple by Queen Elizabeth II after their wedding in 2011, is thought to be their favourite residence to escape to - and is somewhere where they have a wide circle of close friends.

Anmer Hall is an 18th century red-brick home situated in the village of Anmer in Norfolk, England. It is 12 miles northeast of King’s Lynn and two miles east of the King's main residence at Sandringham House.The current house is described as being of a late-Georgian design but it could have been built earlier around a pre-existing smaller house.

King Edward VII bought Anmer Hall in 1898 from Ernest Terah Hooley. It had originally been the seat of the Coldham Family from 1705.

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