Prince William and Kate are likely to remain in Middleton’s Anmer Hall and resume their children after being drowned in Lockdown 3 in England.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent the previous lockdown period at their home residence in Norfolk, where they have been living since Christmas.
Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, were due to return to their school, Thomas Battersea, on 6 January.
However the latest Coronavirus ban across England means schools are now closed and are not expected to open before the half-term break in mid-February.
It is believed that Cambridge intended to return to their London base at Kensington Palace, but now they have no reason to return to the capital, and the law advises against the necessary visit, Hello! Report.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are likely to remain in Anmer Hall and begin to homeschool their children Prince George, seven, Prince Louis, two, and Princess Charlotte, five (one in a shot for their 2020 Christmas card Depicted with)
This means that they will probably enjoy a low-key family celebration for the Duchess’s 39th birthday on 9 January.
William and Kate, both 38, will have to start homeschooling Princess George and Louis and Princess Charlotte again, as they did during the first lockdown in March last year.
He had previously considered it ‘challenging’ to teach his three children – whom he said had given him such stamina.
The couple accepted Kate even during the Easter holidays, without telling them: ‘I feel great.’ The kids have got such stamina, I don’t know how.
It is believed that Cambridge intended to return to their London base at Kensington Palace, but now they have no reason to return to the capital, and the law advises against necessary travel. Pictures with her children attending a special pantomime performance at London’s Palladium Theater in December
‘Honestly, you reach the end of the day and you write down the list of all the things of that day.’
He said: ‘It’s really a bit of a structure. And it’s great, there are lots of suggestions of online and fun activities that you can do with children, so it hasn’t been all that hardcore. ‘
In April, a source claimed that Kate led the eldest two homeschooling efforts by organizing a play for two-year-old Louis every day, while her husband also ‘pulled up his sleeves’ to help.
He said that the Duke and Duchess found the experience ‘extremely rewarding’.
In July, William admitted that his patience had been tested during homeschooling and he struggled to teach Year 2 mathematics.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5Live’s The Peter Crouch Podcast, which was recorded in Zoom and partly at Kensington Palace in March, the heirs said: ‘I have found it to be a beautiful trial, not a lie, children in something. Try to keep busy. This kind of work has been interesting for a few months. ‘
He said: ‘I have learned through homeschooling that my patience is much lower than I thought, it is probably the biggest eye opener for me, and my wife has patience.
‘Basically we’re a good team tag session, I come with the kids and try to get them to do something and Catherine comes in, when everything went wrong openly.
‘I must admit I’m a little embarrassed about my math knowledge, I can’t do Year 2 maths.’
Prince William reported that his patience was tested while homeschooling his children in the first lockout, and he struggled to teach Year 2 mathematics. She is pictured, right, in September 2019, with Princess Charlotte (left), Kate (second left) and Prince George (second right) joining the royal children on their first day of school for the year.
While the Duchess of Cambridge studied mathematics at A-level, William has not pursued the subject since his GCSE at Eton.
Royal expert Victoria Arbiter said the couple saw the lockdown as ‘a rare gift’ as royal children are usually ‘denied privileges for a long time with their parents’.
He remarked that a combination of Kate’s focus on early years education and Middleton’s ‘nurturing presence’, with a focus on Prince William’s mental well-being and Windsor traditions, would lead Cambridge’s children and Royale’s best There will be adjusted generation. ever known’.
Kensington Palace declined to comment on his whereabouts.