The royal couple spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham retreat in Norfolk, England, and today, Dec. 26, was spent with a host of activites starting with a big traditional English breakfast at 8 a.m. for the men, including kippers, "sausage, mushrooms, kidneys and black pudding," while the women of the house were served breakfast in bed.
Starting at 10 a.m., the men of the manor, including brothers Prince William and Prince Harry, went on the annual pheasant shoot on the grounds of the estate after Prince Phillip split them into groups. Back at the house, five-month-old Prince George and Kate Middleton spent some quality playtime together, until 1 p.m. when a nanny took over so that Middleton and the ladies could go on a mile-hike through the woods for lunch.
"The chefs send a trailer packed with cottage pies and beef stews," chef Darren McGrady told Us Weekly.
After the hunt finished in the afternoon, the royal couple drove 157 miles with their son to the Middleton's Bucklebury home in Berkshire for some quality time with grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton.