The Cambridge kids were just spotted clothes shopping with Duchess Catherine

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis all tagged along for a shopping trip to Sainsbury's on the weekend.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been spotted out and about at local, everyday stores on several occasions.
There was the time when she went to get the grocery shopping done at Waitrose and another when she went to pick up Halloween costumes for her children and this weekend the royal was out with us normal folk once again, stopping by a local Sainsbury's with her three children in tow.
According to the founder of Ugly Duckling Creations Kate Carter, Duchess Catherine popped into the King's Lynn Sainsbury's – nearby their country home Anmer Hall - with her three children Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one.
Catherine was spotted clothes shopping with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at a Sainsbury's close to their country home in Norfolk. (Image: Getty)
Talking to Hello! Kate said she couldn't believe it when she spotted the royals, saying Catherine looked "absolutely beautiful" while her three children "were so well behaved".
"I noticed Charlotte first as she had the beautiful green jacket on that she wore at Christmas," Kate told the publication.
"Then I saw Kate, who had Louis in her arms and I thought 'Am I the only one seeing this?' I couldn't believe it was happening."
Kate said the Cambridges had been looking at clothes in the store and Princess Charlotte had been eyeing up the dresses, with Kate revealing the four-year-old was "dead cute", meanwhile the duchess had been dressed casually in a pair of jeans and a beige jacket.
Kate says Princess Charlotte was wearing the same green coat she'd worn on Christmas Day last year. (Image: Getty)
This isn't the first time Kate has been connected to the royals, however.
Last year Kate had made a bespoke doll for Charlotte, which was presented to the princess by Kate's friend Karen Anvil on Christmas Day during the royal's walk to church in Sandringham.
"There were pictures of her getting the doll on Christmas Day. People overseas wanted one, my Twitter blew up, I got a lot of people wanting a doll afterwards," Kate shared with Hello! revealing Charlotte's doll was custom-made, as are all the dolls she creates.
Sharing photographs to Instagram of the special moment Kate wrote at the time how it had "made her year".
"Absolutely over the moon."

After some people on Twitter tweeted their scepticism about the recent sighting, Kate tweeted in response to one: "I can assure you it was #TheDuchessofCambridge, I spoke with her security. They asked me not to take photos. I almost died.
"And I also told the security that it was me who made the doll. I understand your scepticism but I promise you it happened. Xx"
While spotted shopping at a local supermarket is perhaps one of the last places you'd expect to come across a royal, it's certainly not the first time Duchess Catherine has surprised locals while stocking up on supplies.
Late last year the 38-year-old was spotted shopping for Halloween costumes with George and Charlotte during their half-term break and even stopped to chat to some of the children in the store about what they were dressing up as.
Catherine's been spotted on several occasions popping into local supermarkets. (Image: Getty)
The Cambridge's stay at the country home this weekend comes after both Clarence House and Buckingham Palace released statements announcing changes to schedules for the Queen as well as the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall in light of COVID-19 concerns.
In consultation with the Medical Household and Government, the Queen's scheduled visits to Cheshire and Camden have been rescheduled as has Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Jordan.
While no announcements have been made by Kensington Palace, the same approach is likely to be taken on a case-by-case basis.