Like many other parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William are also adjusting to the new situation amid the Coronavirus pandemic. After the couple talked to the representatives of the National Health Service and finished the commitments, they went to Norfolk, together with Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
The two older kids are adapting to homeschooling, which is an important task for the Cambridges. Although the nanny, Maria Borrallo, is with them, Kate and William are struggling with homeschooling.
The Cambridge kids have a strict routine, and their bedtime is 7 pm.
“As two people who grew up without gadgets for entertainment themselves, William and Kate are firm believers in toys, outdoor play, and encouraging an active imagination. They’re very much a normal family.” – said the insider to US Weekly.
Considering that the princess and prince’s school is closed because of the pandemic, the kids have to attend online lessons. Prince William and Kate have a young kid also, so their task is not easy, as they have to make sure that the two older kids have to attend the lessons.
According to the royal expert, Michelle Tauber Cambridges have issues with the homeschooling.
“Everyone is doing their best on that front, and I’m not exactly sure they would be faring any better than the rest of us. It’s a lot to juggle. We know there are parents everywhere trying to do the act of keeping up with their work commitments as well as making sure the kids’ schooling continues. They likely have their trusted nanny on hand, Maria Borallo, and she would obviously be lending plenty of support.” – said the expert to People.