"Today, some cattle was put on the fields around the Hall, and I think that was so the children could see them when they arrive," a source told People. "It is a very country thing for country folk and completely different to their life in London. The children will be among the wildlife from day one, so it will be ideal."
This country scene will provide a comfortable setting for the royal family as Will continues his paternity leave until June 1.
"They are very settled, his job is set, they have their house, and the status quo hasn't changed in the royal family at large," a family friend told People. "So they are looking forward to a period of calm."
It's been a busy week for the royals with the arrival of Princess Charlotte on May 2. Check out the video below to see how Kate got so glammed up after giving birth.