The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been accused on Monday of ‘inadvertently’ flouting the rule of six after assembly the Earl and Countess of Wessex with their youngsters at a Christmas attraction. The Cambridges have been pictured at Luminate, a stroll within the woods on the grounds of Queen’s Sandringham, with their three youngsters, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, two, on Sunday evening. They gave the impression to be with the Wessexes and their two youngsters, Woman Louise Windsor, 17, and James Viscount Severn, 13. The 2 teams arrived individually, the Cambridges from their house in Norfolk, Anmet Corridor, and the Wessex from their house, Bagshot Park in Surrey. They’d been given consecutive slots to enter the mile-long illuminated path, however different guests stated the 2 households have been clearly mingling and chatting collectively. Norfolk is at stage 2, which implies solely six folks can meet exterior if they aren’t from the identical family. The entire of Surrey, Waverley bar, is on stage 4, which implies residents shouldn’t journey to a different stage.