Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and Prince William, 38, are currently holding their three children at home. Seven-year-old Prince George and five-year-old Princess Charlotte were both students of Thomas Battersea in southwest London, but were unable to return to class because the school was still closed during the third suspension in England.
Kate and William, the two youngest princes, Louis Prince, are also expected to start working in nurseries in January this year, but this important step has been delayed due to the pandemic.
A palace insider confirmed that although William and Kate may arrange private tuition teachers, the hands-on parents decided to go to school for their children.
Kate, William and their children lived in Anmel Hall in Norfolk, where they had their first lockdown.
The country house has enough space for children to play, and there is also a vast space for them to explore.
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She smiled: “I feel very mean!
“Children have this endurance, I don̵
“Honestly, until the end of the day, then write a list of all the work done that day.
“So you set up a tent, then put the tent down, cook and bake.
“You have reached the end of the day-they had a great time-but it is surprising how much money can be filled with certainty one day.”
Kate and William’s main administrative base is in Kensington Palace in London, but it is expected that the couple will stay in Norfolk until the blockade is lifted.
The family left the capital before Christmas and is expected to live in Norfolk for the next seven weeks.
They have been able to make a virtual engagement in the Anmer Hall, and despite the blockade, they are still expected to perform royal duties.
On Friday night, Kensington Palace shared footage of William Williams’ speech with the staff of the London Hospital via a video call.