And it turns out, it’s not actually the first time the pub chain have named one of their pubs after members of the royal family.
Princess Charlotte actually follows in the footsteps of her older sibling Prince George, who had a pub in Milton Keynes named after him in 2014.
(The Princess Charlotte pub – credit: McMullen Brewery)
The Duchess of Cambridge has also received a similar honour in 2011, to mark her wedding to Prince William. The chain opened The Duchess of Cambridge pub in Windsor following the royal wedding, stating, ‘the name and the decoration of the pub was inspired by the famous Royal Wedding of our Windsor neighbours.’
An inside look at the pub suggest a cosy, modern interior, while the menu shows the pub’s classic traditional British fare, that would likely sit well with the royals themselves.
But have the Cambridge’s themselves been in to visit? Speaking to People magazine, managing director of McMullen, Heydon Mizon, explained…
“We haven’t sent an invite, but we would like to think that all of our guests are treated like royalty.”