The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have invested in a new, bullet-proof Bentley to ensure they and Prince George are traveling safe at all times.
Knowing that you can never be too carefully, the ‘Flying Spur’ Bentley has already been put to good use as the new parents attended an elegant screening at the Natural History Museum last week.
According to the Bentley Motor’s website, the supercar is designed for ‘unrestrained luxury alongside uncompromising performance,’ which screams royal car to us.
The swanky wheels also boast a handcrafted walnut interior, a champagne cooler, Wi-Fi connection and, if new reports are to be believed, quilted leather seats that heat up and have a massage function.
Bentleys are the holders of royal warrants from the Queen and Prince Charles, having supplied the monarch with a limousine for her Golden Jubilee in 2002.
A Kensington Palace spokesman said: ‘The Bentley is being leased by the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry for official engagements, which is no different to any other member of the Royal family.’