A Day In The Life Of Prince George Of Cambridge
Being the oldest of the three Cambridge children as well as future king is not easy, and despite what people might think, Prince George has quite the packed scheduled when it comes to his day to day activities. So what does he get up to during a regular day?
Every morning, Prince George wakes up his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton in exactly the same way by playing the Three Lions football anthem by comedians Frank Skinner and David Baddiel. It’s only the beginning, but we already have the most British thing ever.
This was revealed by Prince William when he talked with Frank that George has been playing it every day since the 2018 Football World Cup, adding “I thought it would fade away but it hasnot.”
I can’t imagine how it’s like for William and Kate, what a hellish way to wake up. We shall pray for them.
Off To School
When Prince George and Princess Charlotte return to school, William and Kate will be taking turns with school drop-off duties in the morning, taking their two eldest children to Thomas’s Battersea school in south London, which only costs 6,000 pounds a term.
“George is really happy at school, [and] his nickname is PG,” -a fellow parent revealed. -“He’s very popular and has lots of friends, and there’s very little fuss made about who he is.”
There he takes all the regular subjects, such as Maths and English, as well as Art, Ballet, Drama, ICT, French and Music, but during this time when everyone is stuck at home, his parents stepped up and carried on his education.
Kate and William even continued with homeschooling throughout the Easter holidays as a way of maintaining some sense of normality, explaining: “There are so many great tips online and fun activities that you can do with the children, so it hasn’t been all hardcore.”
Snacks And Lunch
At school, Prince George has on the menu, for the mid-morning snack: organic milk, along with cheese, fruit or rice cakes. When lunch comes around, the Prince will have a starter of soup and bread, as well as a seasonal salad, while the mains also offer a wide variety of dishes.
He can choose from a meat option, which may include beef teriyaki and apricot couscous, a fish option, which means he sometimes gets deep-fried squid rings, or he can go with the veggie/vegan option. After they have finished their food (all of it) they get pudding, which includes everything from crumble to biscuits. If our sweet Prince isn’t in the mood for sweets, which is unlikely, he can also go for a fresh fruit plate and yoghurt.
George has tons of friends at Thomas’s and often has playdates and parties with friends, including his royal cousin and classmate, Maud Windsor, the daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor and Sophie Winkleman. But in these times, he spends most of his playtime with his sister Charlotte, little brother Prince Louis and royal nanny Maria Borrallo. in their big back yard at Anmer Hall.
Author Louise Heren says that the Cambridge children’s routine ‘runs like clockwork’ with a focus on ‘old-fashioned’ activities and ‘loads of fresh air, lots of bike rides, playing with dogs, potentially some gardening’, as their nanny Maria was trained at the prestigious Norland College.
The children also have a rule for TV, limiting them to only 1 hour per day, set by their parents. For Prince George, he loves watching Fireman Sam. And at the end of the day, it is bedtime for everyone at 7 pm, so that they will be fresh and ready to do it all over again tomorrow.