After successfully passing the first month in a completely new school, Prince GeorgeAnd the Princess CharlotteAnd the Prince Louis They are enjoying a two week vacation.
Prince WilliamAnd the Princess Kateand their three children recently moved from Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage, a four-bedroom home located in Windsor’s Home Park, a 5,000-acre private land surrounding Windsor Castle. Because of the move, their children also recently started classes at a new school nearby, Lambrook, which took place on the same day Queen Elizabeth died. But while it’s been a turbulent two months for the Royals, George, Charlotte and Louis are now getting two weeks to de-stress at home because Lambroke’s students are off for half term. The Prince and Princess are also taking a break from their many public speaking engagements and royal duties so they can spend time at home with their children, as they have always done in the past.
A source close to the family previously said People That this was a very stressful time for the entire royal family, especially Princess Kate. “Things were very tense that week; the insider explained that this two-week vacation will finally give them the opportunity to do so. The couple are also focusing on providing their children with a sense of stability in their new home while a lot of change is happening in their lives because this is also the The first time they lived apart from their nanny, Maria Turion Boralo. But a friend told the outlet, “They love that the kids can get out on their bikes and ride around the property, and they’re all really excited to meet everyone. It’s a real small community.”
The Prince and Princess of Wales have previously talked about a few of George, Charlotte and Louis’ favorite activities, which include baking, cooking, and all kinds of arts and crafts. Kate said to Happy mother, happy baby Podcast In an interview from February 2020, she said she’s happiest when “I’m with my family out in the country and we’re all dirty.” She added, “Someone asked me a few days ago, ‘What do you want your children to remember about their childhood? “And I thought that was a really good question, because if you really think about it, do I sit trying to do math and homework over the weekend? Or the fact that we went out and lit a fire and sat trying to cook sausages which didn’t work because it was so wet?”
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