Windsor Farm Shop has been "manic" this week according to members of staff, after a video emerged of Prince William and Princess Catherine visiting at the weekend.

The footage, published by The Sun shows the couple leaving the farm shop with bags of goods, as the person behind the camera records from their car.

It is alleged that the footage was taken on Saturday, March 16 - with the Farm Shop just a four-minute drive from the Royal's home at Adelaide Cottage.

In the days that followed, the Windsor Farm Shop saw an influx of customers, with Tuesday, March 19 especially busy according to shop staff.

However, both staff and customers say that there is usually a high footfall.

Asked if the royal visit was responsible for the number of people there, one shopworker replied: “It hasn’t made a difference. It’s always busy, we are one of the few farm shops nearby.

“We’ve not had a lot of new people come by since her appearance.”

Kensington Palace has stated it is unlikely Princess Catherine will return to her public duties until after April 17 when her children go back to Lambrook School, near Ascot, following the Easter holidays.