Prince William and Kate’s two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, both attend St. Thomas’s Battersea school in south-west London. The two had their last break from school at the beginning of November when the fall term break ended, and now, barely one month later they are getting one more extended weekend.
According to the school’s website, pupils will be getting a day off from school on Friday 27th November, with no reason stated as of yet for this.
This change in their usual weekly schedule will give the two young royals, George, 7, and Charlotte, 5, a chance to spend some quality time with their parents, Prince William and Kate, and their younger brother Prince Louis.
The last time royal fans got to see all of the Cambridge children was in the photos and video that Kensington Palace released back in September, which saw the trio of George, Charlotte and Louis meet and ask questions one of their heroes, Sir David Attenborough.
The video was actually the first time we have heard the young royals speak for the first time, as all three of them took turns asking the famous natural historian all kinds of questions, from nature facts to what his favorite animal is.
During their last school break the family-of-five enjoyed a short staycation on the Isles of Scilly, that being their second visit, as they also spent time there during the summer.
The week-long break started off quite fun, with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis helping their parents bake cupcakes, which were later delivered to a Royal British Legion care home in Norfolk in support of the Poppy Appeal.
The Cambridge children trio also got to show off their artistic side, as they created a homemade card for their great-grandparents, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, as the couple celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary last Friday.
Kensington Palace released a close-up of the creation after Buckingham Palace released a new photo of the monarch and her husband beaming at their gift from their great-grandchildren.
The card was emblazoned with the number 73, colored quite neatly by the three young royals, surrounded by colorful polka dots.