Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and Prince William, 38, are currently filled with the three kids at home. Prince George, age seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, are both students at Thomas Battersea in southwest London but were unable to return to class because schools had remained closed during England’s third lockdown.
Kate and William, the youngest Prince Louis, who is two years old, was also expected to start foster care in January, but this important step has been delayed due to the pandemic.
While William and Kate may have private tutors at their disposal, practical parents have decided to educate their children at home, a palace insider confirmed.
Kate and William and their young children reside at Unmere Hall in Norfolk, where they spent their first closures.
The country house has ample space for their children to play in and lots of areas to explore.
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I laughed, saying, “I feel so mean!
“Children have such endurance and I don’t know how.
“Honestly, you get to the end of the day and make a list of all the things you did that day.
“So I set up a tent and removed the tent again, cooking, baking.
“You reach the end of the day – they had a great time – but it’s amazing how much you can stack in a day and that’s for sure.”
The main administrative base of Kate and William is in London at Kensington Palace, but the couple is expected to remain in Norfolk until the lockdown eases.
The family left the capital before Christmas and is expected to stay in Norfolk for seven weeks.
They had managed virtual engagements from Anmer Hall and were expected to fulfill their royal duties despite the lockdown.
Kensington Palace on Friday evening shared a clip of William’s conversation with staff at London Hospital over a video call.