The isle of Anglesey is situated off the north - west coast of Wales near the incredible Snowdonia Mountain Range. The Cambridges reside in a five bedroomed farmhouse in a private location.
Interestingly Anglesey has the village with the longest name in Britain, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. ( I'm not even going to attempt to pronounce it, What about you :)) When translated to English it means 'The Church of St. Mary in a hollow of white hazel near a rapid whirlpool and near St. Tysilo's church by the red cave'. Quite a mouthful indeed.
Prince William works as a search and rescue pilot at RAF Valley where he regularly works 24 hour shifts. The Prince is a very talented pilot and adores his work with the RAF, so much so that he hopes to extend his period of service with them.
With William working 24 hour shifts, how does Kate fill her days? The Duchess loves nothing more than being a housewife. William's colleague Thomas Bunn said
"Kate has very kindly baked cakes for the boys but unfortunately I wasn't on shift when they were made. So I'm hoping she'll come and make us some more. Apparently they were pretty good."
Duchess Kate is regularly spotted stocking up on supplies at her local Tesco and Waitrose.
A look at the main shopping street, quite a change from Kings Road near Kensington Palace.
Should Kate feel like a little retail therapy the 'Touch of Class' ladieswear shop is one of the most popular in Anglesey :)
William and Kate nothing more than cosy nights in by the far with a takeaway and a dvd. A look at the takeaway 'The Sunny Valley'.
The couple sometimes enjoy lunch at The Seacroft. Located on the scenic Trearddur bay it is a place to relax, enjoy your meal and a drink whilst taking in the surroundings.
A look at the main course menu. I wonder what Will and Kate have?
Speaking of Trearddur bay, A newly engaged William and Kate visited the Trearddur lifeboat station in February 2011 where they named the Atlantic 85 inshore lifeboat the 'Hereford Endeavour'.
The Royals regularly enjoy a trip to their local Cineworld where they often avail of the 'Two tickets for the price of one' offer on Tuesday :) Kate loves going for a beach stroll with William and Lupo on Llanddwyn Island off the west coast of Anglesey.
A closer look at Llandwyn Island.
During a media reception last December Kate spoke candidly about life in Anglesey
"I love our life in Anglesey. It's just nice to be outdoors and away from the city. As much as I love London, it's nice to get away".
One can easily see why Kate adores the idyllic Anglesey so much. It's beautiful, peaceful and scenic. I do hope she and William can spend as much time their as possible living as serviceman and housewife, a life they both adore, before commencing their roles as full time royals. Anglesey looks like a beautiful place to visit, If this is not possible you could try your luck at Anglesey Monopoly :)