The Dukes of Cambridge have for the children to follow, and the public to solve the problem
In some sense, the pandemic coronavirus COVID-19 levelled social differences in society. Though celebrities and members of the Royal family have more resources and opportunities, they also, like other people, were forced to come up with activities for their children during the resulting free time. Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton are also fully aware of the limitations imposed by quarantine, as the rest of the world. After the official meeting with the staff of the National Health Service of great Britain, the Royal family went into quarantine in your own private house, which is located in the County of Norfolk.
Three children of the Royal couple: Prince George (6 years), Princess Charlotte (4 years old) and the younger Prince Louis (2 years) to adapt to a new routine, which involves training at home for older children of the family.
Maria Borrallo – babysitter kids, helps the family with education. She has taught for Prince George and the Princess Charlotte to a strict discipline. In addition to his studies, the young heirs to the throne have a few breaks during the day that allow them to relax, walking in the fresh air.
The insider edition of US Weekly explained: “As people who themselves grew up without gadgets and the Internet, William and Kate firmly believe that outdoor games in the fresh air that develop active imaginations of children are a major factor in their development. In this respect they are a very traditional family.”
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Unfortunately, the pandemic is in the early stages, children are forced to limit the walks in the fresh air and focus on their responsibilities. After closing schools, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are studying remotely.
“From the 10th of March, all classes moved to online mode and we asked the parents to isolate the children at home, so they can access the lessons through our educational website,” said teacher of the school attended by heirs to the throne. “This will ensure continuity of learning even during the quarantine.”
However, despite the intense educational program, the Duke and Duchess have been forced to spend most of the day helping Prince George and Princess Charlotte with the lessons. They also need to come up with interesting lessons for Prince Louis, who this month marks 2 years.
“William and Kate are trying to spend time with their children as all other parents in their situation. A family prepares a meal together with the children, read, solve puzzles,” he told the publication, “Hello!” the Royal Advisor Michelle Tauber.
“Each of the spouses makes all sorts of in this situation. And I’m not sure that they are somewhat different in this respect from parents around the world. They have about a lot of things will take care of themselves. Like other families, the Dukes of Cambridge try to strictly fulfil their duties. And follow the education of the children,” concluded Michelle.