Prince William and Kate, along with their children, will likely be making their way back to their London residence at Kensington Palace in the next few weeks.
William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis are currently residing at Amner Hall. Although their oldest children, are in school, the national UK lockdown meant that all schools had been closed for the time being.
For the most part, Prince William and Kate have remained at their Norfolk home, located on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, over the past several months. They also took a brief family vacation to Tresco, in the Isles of Scilly.
Now it has been revealed that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in planning to gradually lift pandemic restrictions. His priority will be to try to reopen schools from March 8. The government will publish its plan on Feb. 22, and is hoping to include the earliest possible dates for reopening different sectors of the economy.
Considering this, it means that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will have to resume their studies at Thomas’s School in Battersea, where they are both pupils. There’s still no information about when exactly the family will make their move. But it makes sense that they will do so ahead of the school starting back, in order to prevent Charlotte and George from missing any more formal education.
During a video chat in which he discussed the new set up following the pandemic lockdown rules, Prince William also talked about how life has been for him while stuck at home with Kate and their three children. He confessed that there have been struggles along the way when it came to homeschooling George and Charlotte.
“Homeschooling is fun, now isn’t it,” he said.
“You start worrying about how little you remember from your school days.
“You can’t even do the maths questions at home.”