THE ROYALS are probably the most watched family in the entire world, so to make sure they keep a bit of privacy they have some clever tactics.
Kate Middleton and Prince William live at Kensington Palace where they have their own quarters and gardens.
Some parts of the historical building are open to the public for guided tours and they even occasionally host ticketed events in the garden.
But despite throwing open the doors of the Palace, not every space is open for exploring, the public are, of course, not allowed into the Cambridge's private areas, which are in Apartment 1A.
On a recent tour of the Palace, one TikToker discovered the sneaky way that the royal family keep the public at bay and stop them from peering into their exclusive gardens.
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TikToker Laura-Ann Bar, who posts on the platform with the handle @allthatspretty, uploaded a short clip revealing the couple's savvy tactic.
She said: "I'm at the Kensington Palace tour!
“Look at the secret windows they have that make sure you can’t see into Kate & Will’s private garden to the right! They have it on all the windows in this room.”
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She then showed that as you approach the glass of the window you can see that a small strip to the right is frosted over, preventing guests from craning their heads round to see their royal's personal space.
In the past, William and Kate have only given tiny peeks into their Kensington Palace home, with their personal rooms strictly off-limits.
Fellow TikTokers praised the family's ingenuity.
One said: "I’m actually happy at the thought of their kids being able to play outside their home like normal."
Another said: "Good – they have kids … for them and their children, let them have privacy at home."
While a third said: "That’s great! They are entitled to their privacy, especially for their children."
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