Kate Middleton is a mom like any other. Very attached to the education of her children to whom she schooled at home during the confinement, the Duchess of Cambridge a few days ago authorized a cultural outing with her eldest children, so that they learn more about the history of their country. As the Daily Mail reports, Prince William’s wife took her children to visit the Imperial War Museum in London, and merged with them among the many visitors.
Very interested in military devices, Prince George is said to have “looked with admiration” at the material on display in this famous London museum which commemorates the history of the British armed forces from the First World War to the present day. A visit that followed, according to the tabloid, a visit to the Museum of Natural History, while the Cambridge children are enjoying the All Saints holidays like many children, but which Buckingham Palace refused to comment.
Kate Middleton opened her own exhibition
A museum tour which also shows that Kate Middleton is not afraid to pass for a visitor like everyone else, she who herself has just inaugurated an exhibition which is particularly close to her heart: “Hold Still”, born of a project launched by the Duchess during confinement, which prompted the British to photograph their daily life during this troubled period. After receiving numerous photos, Prince William’s wife chose around 100 which are currently on display at Waterloo Station in London. If she went there with her husband, who showed great interest as he passed a KFC restaurant, it is not known if she introduced this project to her children.
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