Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and Prince William, 38, currently have their hands full with the three children at home. Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, are both pupils at Thomas’s Battersea in south-west London, but were unable to return to class as schools remained closed during the third lockdown of England.
While William and Kate may have private tutors available to them, the parents have decided to home-school their children on their own, a palace insider confirmed.
Kate, William and their cubs are staying at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where they passed the first lockdown.
The country house has enough space for their children to play and ample grounds to explore.
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“The kids have such stamina I don’t know how.
“Honestly, you come to the end of the day and write down a list of all the things you did that day.
“So you pitch a tent, take down the tent, cook, bake.
“You come to the end of the day – they had a great time – but it’s amazing how much you can cram into a day for sure. ”
The family left the capital before Christmas and are expected to stay in Norfolk for the next seven weeks.
They have been able to conduct virtual engagements from Anmer Hall and are expected to honor their royal duties despite the lockdown.
On Friday night, Kensington Palace shared a clip of William speaking to London hospital workers on a video call.