It fell upon Prince William and Kate Middleton to keep Prince George and Princess Charlotte up to date with school work.
Despite still being stuck at home, Prince William is still working on his projects, his latest being a project that tackles the difficulties of mental health experienced by young men who play football.
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 explained how all of them are still in high spirits and are somehow managing. But, there have been struggles along the way, when it came to homeschooling his two eldest children, George and Charlotte.
While laughing Prince William said: “Homeschooling is fun, now isn’t it.
“You start worrying about how little you remember from your school days.
“You can’t even do the maths questions at home.”
The Cambridges moved to their home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall, right before the lockdown started. And have been there ever since. Many fans have been wondering how the royals have been holding up in these times of crisis.
An royal insider revealed that Kate is mainly in charge of the home-schooling and playtime. But, Prince William also has a part in all of it, they state.
“He teaches them lessons and organises games.”
Another source added: “Kate bakes and decorates cakes with the kids on the weekend to keep them entertained.
“The kitchen is always a complete mess by the end of it, but it’s all part of the fun, that’s how Kate sees it.
“They also enjoy gardening together and planting seeds.”
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed his intentions to reopen schools starting next week. So fans have been wondering whether the Cambridges will send their children back to school.
Russel Myers, royal expert, insisted that Kate is considering keeping Prince George and Princess Charlotte together.
He said: “I think this is very interesting as the whole country will be watching this.
“The issue is surrounding the different ages of the children who have been held up in Norfolk with their mum and dad.
“Essentially Princess Charlotte would have to go back to school on the Government guidelines. But the Cambridges are considering their children together.
“I think a lot of parents that have been homeschooling over the last few weeks will have this conundrum to solve themselves.”