Prince William and Kate are homeschooling their kids and video chatting with family during the pandemic -- just like us commoners

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Publish Date : 2021-03-29


Prince William and Kate are homeschooling their kids and video chatting with family during the pandemic -- just like us commoners

The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about how homeschooling is going for the royal family in an interview on ITV's 'This Morning' on Thursday. For six-year-old George, things could be better.

'George gets very upset because he just wants to do all of Charlotte's projects,' she said. 'Like making sort of, spider sandwiches is much cooler than doing literacy work.'

Duchess Kate appeared on the UK television program to promote a photo exhibition she's launching with the National Portrait Gallery on UK life during the coronavirus outbreak.



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But she also shared how she, Prince William and their children -- George, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 2 -- are keeping in touch with the rest of the royal family. They check in daily with other family members through video calls, she said, in some ways communicating more than they might normally.

Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges.

'It is difficult,' she said. 'It's hard to explain to a five- and a six-, nearly seven-year-old what's going on. But the schools have been great in supporting them as well. Hard times, but we're got the support out there, I think.'

Royals, they're just like us.

The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about how homeschooling is going for the royal family in an interview on ITV's 'This Morning' on Thursday. For six-year-old George, things could be better. The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about how homeschooling is going for the royal family in an interview on ITV's 'This Morning' on Thursday. For six-year-old George, things could be better. Duchess Kate appeared on the UK television program to promote a photo exhibition she's launching with the National Portrait Gallery on UK life during the coronavirus outbreak. Royals, they're just like us. Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. Royals, they're just like us. 'George gets very upset because he just wants to do all of Charlotte's projects,' she said. 'Like making sort of, spider sandwiches is much cooler than doing literacy work.' Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. But she also shared how she, Prince William and their children -- George, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 2 -- are keeping in touch with the rest of the royal family. They check in daily with other family members through video calls, she said, in some ways communicating more than they might normally. Royals, they're just like us. Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. 'It is difficult,' she said. 'It's hard to explain to a five- and a six-, nearly seven-year-old what's going on. But the schools have been great in supporting them as well. Hard times, but we're got the support out there, I think.' The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about how homeschooling is going for the royal family in an interview on ITV's 'This Morning' on Thursday. For six-year-old George, things could be better. 'It is difficult,' she said. 'It's hard to explain to a five- and a six-, nearly seven-year-old what's going on. But the schools have been great in supporting them as well. Hard times, but we're got the support out there, I think.' The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about how homeschooling is going for the royal family in an interview on ITV's 'This Morning' on Thursday. For six-year-old George, things could be better. Duchess Kate appeared on the UK television program to promote a photo exhibition she's launching with the National Portrait Gallery on UK life during the coronavirus outbreak. But she also shared how she, Prince William and their children -- George, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 2 -- are keeping in touch with the rest of the royal family. They check in daily with other family members through video calls, she said, in some ways communicating more than they might normally. 'George gets very upset because he just wants to do all of Charlotte's projects,' she said. 'Like making sort of, spider sandwiches is much cooler than doing literacy work.' Still, helping their children navigate through a global pandemic has its challenges. Duchess Kate appeared on the UK television program to promote a photo exhibition she's launching with the National Portrait Gallery on UK life during the coronavirus outbreak. 'It is difficult,' she said. 'It's hard to explain to a five- and a six-, nearly seven-year-old what's going on. But the schools have been great in supporting them as well. Hard times, but we're got the support out there, I think.' The Duchess of Cambridge opened up about how homeschooling is going for the royal family in an interview on ITV's 'This Morning' on Thursday. For six-year-old George, things could be better. 'George gets very upset because he just wants to do all of Charlotte's projects,' she said. 'Like making sort of, spider sandwiches is much cooler than doing literacy work.'

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