October 19, 2012 4:09 PM EST
Prince William, Kate Middleton Enjoy Privacy in English Countryside [SLIDESHOW]
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge might be the most famous couple in the world, but there is a place where they enjoy some peace and quiet away from all the cameras.
Being one of the world's most sensationalized pair is not easy, especially when people expect so much. Prince William and Kate Middleton are used to the constant attention they are getting, but luckily, they found a place where they can just be themselves and blend in, just like a normal couple.
Examiner.com reports that Prince William and Kate Middleton are living a quiet and undisturbed life in the English Countryside, in Anglesey where William is stationed for his RAF duties. In a report by ABC news, there was a time when the Duchess visited a local store and not one; even the store owner distinguished her. It was a surprise since Middleton's face is plastered in every possible newspaper around England.
"The man didn't even know who she was, which came as a breath of fresh air was for Kate." Examiner.com wrote as reported by ABC news. It was also said that The Duchess found this amusing and even used the name "Mrs. Cambridge" when the store personnel asked for her information.
The privacy that the Duke and Duchess enjoy is rare, especially for being such high-profile figures. Even Hollywood actors, actresses, and couples seek this kind of treatment.
The English countryside is known to be the right place for refuge when wanting some down time away from the flash and screams of the paparazzi. Maybe some famous figures should learn a thing or two from the royal pair.