Less than 48th hours after Prince Harry and Meghan’s interview, Prince William, wearing a mask, was seen driving a car around London. That confirms that the Cambridge family has returned to Kensington Palace, after spending a couple of months in Anmer Hall.
Their return to Kensington Palace coincides with the national reopening of schools, which sees George and Charlotte return to the classroom yesterday. The royal siblings will stay at school until the term ends on March 26. The kids will then be off for Easter until 20 April.
Kate and William’s two oldest children are pupils at Thomas’s School Battersea. Prince George is in Year 2, and Princess Charlotte is in Year 1.
Prince William and Kate have been homeschooling Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at their Georgian country home. They have also been using the Queen’s nearby Sandringham House as an office for themselves while Her Majesty remains at Windsor Castle. But, now, as the lockdown restrictions began to ease it enables them to relocate,
Duchess Kate has also been photographed driving in London this week. She was spotted a couple of hours after Meghan Markle revealed that she had made her cry before her wedding to Prince Harry.
“Did you make Kate cry?” Oprah asked, to which Meghan said, after pausing: “No, no, the reverse happened. And I don’t say that to be disparaging to anyone.”
She continued: “It was a really hard week of the wedding and she was upset about something. But she owned it and she apologized and she bought me flowers, and a note apologizing. She did what I would do if I knew that I hurt someone.”
“She’s a good person,” Meghan Markle added.