Kate Middleton loves and needs to share activities with her children. While the whole small family has been confined for long weeks in their house in Anmer Hall in Norfolk, to limit the spread of the coronavirus, they can now leave their home taking all the necessary precautions. Moreover, as reported by the Express, the mother of the family was seen with two of her children, George and Charlotte, in full artistic activity. They spent time in Marble’s Paint Pot, a pottery painting shop located in Norfolk. Thus, there is no doubt that the Duchess of Cambridge and her two elders had to paint on unique pieces. According to the store’s website, it is possible to paint on pots at any age.
Even if no information was given concerning the objects chosen by the small family to paint on them, she could opt for cups, plates, bowls or jugs from the range of tableware present in the shop. But it’s also entirely possible that Kate Middleton, George, and Charlotte brought an item straight from their homes that they wanted to paint. At the end of this artistic activity, while the shop also sells traditional sweets, Prince William’s wife had to buy some for her two children and also bring some back to her youngest, Louis, who was too young for this kind of thing. ‘activity.
Kate Middleton and Prince William want to be parents like everyone else
Even though Kate Middleton and her husband are the future Queen and the future King of England, they want to give their children a simple and principled education. Moreover, like all the other families, during confinement, they provided home schooling.
Retro of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge for her 2nd birthday on April 27, 2017 – PRINCESS © © Newspix International / KCS