With everyone practicing social distancing, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Prince William and Kate have found a way for their children to reach out to their relatives. The Queen and Prince Philip have been self-isolating in Windsor Castle; Prince Charles and Camilla are currently at their residence in Scotland, while the Cambridges are staying at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Apparently, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been staying in touch with them by sending “chatty” videos to the Queen and Prince Charles, a source revealed to The Sun.
“Kate Middleton ensures that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis speak to the Queen, known as ‘Gan Gan’ and Prince Philip as often as possible,” the insider said.
“The older two talk on the telephone or send chatty videos to Windsor.”
The children also like to talk with grandpa Charles and the conversations have included fun and light topics. “Prince Charles is also very much in touch with the Cambridge trio.
“They do like to chat away to Grandpa Charles and get lots of very helpful tips from him on animals and flowers, and speak to him about lambs, squirrels, highland cattle etc,” the source added.
Last month, it was announced that Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus and and suffered mild symptoms. Thank God, he is fine now!
But, when the Cambridges found out the news about his diagnosis, they handmade “get well soon” cards. Then, they mailed them to Charles’s house in Scotland, according to the source.
Prince William and Kate have decided to self-isolate with their children amid coronavirus at their country estate, Anmer Hall.
The huge country house offers the children the chance to run around and play on the extensive grounds. The Cambridges often escape from their home in Kensington Palace to Anmer Hall. There they spend most of the birthdays and George and Charlotte’s school breaks.