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Prince William and Duchess Catherine to holiday in Scotland

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Prince William and Duchess Catherine will be spending their holidays in Scotland.

The British royal and his wife will take most of August off and enjoy a break at William's father, Prince Charles' home in the Highlands, with their 12-month-old son, Prince George.

Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall will also be in the highlands at the same time, and it is thought the prince and his Catherine will also spend time with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at their residence in Balmoral.

The royal couple will also move into Anmer Hall, their new home on the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, which is almost finished being renovated.

A source told Vanity Fair magazine: "They will be at Anmer for much of the time they have off. They cannot wait to move in and they want to make sure the last stages of the refurb go to plan."

This week Catherine William and his brother, Prince Harry, were all at the Commonwealth games in Scotland where they hit it off with sprinter Usain Bolt, bonding over Harry's love of McDonalds chicken nuggets.

The prince had asked the athlete if he still tucks into the chicken treats regularly but Usain revealed that there would be "no more chicken nuggets" for now as he had to eat properly in preparation for a 4X100m relay.

Harry's brother Prince William, 31, who was also involved in the conversation, then joked that the young royal should follow Usain's new rules because munching on them "every week" is unhealthy.

Harry hit back: "A box of nuggets every now and again is good for you."

William replied: "Every now and again, not every week."

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