Containment has been a hardship for all parents. And it is not Prince William who will say the opposite. During a surprise trip to Belfast, Kate’s husband confided his relief to a police officer: “I think that for all parents, going back to school is a real breath of fresh air. Five months is enough. is wonderful, but it’s been five long months, ”reports People magazine.
Like all the other children, George (7) and Charlotte (5) were forced to study at home when the coronavirus pandemic began. And they had no respite if we are to believe Kate’s revelations to the BBC: “don’t tell the kids that they were made to study even during the holidays, I feel like been very mean! The kids have such stamina, I don’t know how they do it. When you come to the end of the day and list all the things you could have done … it’s amazing. ”
Princess Charlotte is entering primary school
After a busy and studious summer, the little tribe found their way back to school in September. Charlotte made her return to the first year of primary school. George, has started his third year (in the English school system, classes are numbered in ascending order from the first grade of primary, compulsory at the age of 5). As for Prince Louis, 2 years old, he should enter kindergarten in the coming months.
Health crisis requires, no official photo of their return has filtered this year. The school administration had imposed that the children be left at the door of the establishment to avoid any crowd. A rule that Kate and William would not have been obliged to respect according to Vanity Fair magazine.
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