Prince George and Princess Charlotte are back to school. On the occasion of a visit to the military, Prince William confided in his role as a dad and did not hide his joy at the return of his elders to school benches.
Five months. This is the time Kate Middleton and Prince William have spent with George, Charlotte and Louis this year. Because of the health crisis, schools were closed in England. It was therefore impossible for Cambridge children to attend classes at Thomas’s Battersea School in London. So it was Kate Middleton and Prince William who took charge of the school education of their elders this year. A role quite hard to follow for the Duchess of Cambridge, who said in a video interview in full confinement: “Children have such endurance … Honestly, I do not know how we can do so much in a day” .
A lockdown that the parents of George, Charlotte and Louis spent with their children at their property in Anmer Hall in Norfolk. The little Cambridges had plenty to take care of during those long months! Study of birds, climbing in the trees of the property, swing towers.
The Cambridge children saw the confinement pass at a crazy pace, even if Kate Middleton had confided in the program This Morning of the ITV channel on May 7 that George had given him a hard time. “George is very pissed off. He wants to do all of Charlotte’s homework.
But the lockdown is over, and Prince George and Princess Charlotte are back to school! All of this obviously while respecting barrier gestures. On the occasion of a visit to law enforcement in Belfast for Emergency Services Day, the future King of England made a rare secret about his children’s return to school. And he didn’t hide his joy! “I think all parents breathe a sigh of relief that school has started again,” said the Duke of Cambridge, adding: “Five months is wonderful, but it’s been five months.” A sentence that says a lot about Prince William’s patience!