Prince William and Kate Middleton are not ready to send their kids back to school yet. Even though both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have hinted that homeschooling and virtual learning hasn’t been easy on them – just like for many other parents out there – they are not ready to send Prince George and Princess Charlotte back to their classrooms. Here’s why.
According to a new report from Britain’s The Sunday Times, even though many primary schools will be opening their doors back up again for pupils, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are opting to keep their kids at home. This is mostly because they don’t want to disrupt their family’s new home routine, especially since the current school year only has a few short weeks left.
What’s more, once Thomas’s Battersea reopens, Prince George wouldn’t be required to go back to school. Instead, only children in Princess Charlotte’s class and younger will have the option to return back to the classroom.
One source told the site,
“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are considering keeping Princess Charlotte at home next month when her school is expected to reopen. William and Kate are understood to be eager to keep Prince George, 6, and Charlotte, 5, together, and to maintain their lockdown routine.”
So far Kensington Palace has not made any comments about Prince William and Kate Middleton’s decision, however, there’s no doubt that the Cambridges would like to see their children return back to their schools once it’s safe to do so, of course. The traditional school year in Britain begins in September.
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