Prince George and Princess Charlotte are joining the rest of the nation’s children in breaking up for half term this week and looking set to enjoy some quality time with their parents Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Hello! magazine are reporting that Kate Middleton and Prince William have taken some time out from their royal duties and schedule especially to spend with Prince George and Princess Charlotte as their school and nursery close their doors. The royal couple have no official engagements in the diary now until their next public appearance together which is scheduled for Sunday 18 February, when Kate and William will once again walk the red carpet at the BAFTAs.
Kate and William’s 4-year-old son Prince George attends Thomas’s Battersea, an elite prep school in the capital.
Prince George’s little sister Charlotte, 2, started her own academic journey in January this year when she enrolled at Willcocks Nursery.
Just a short stroll from the family’s Kensington Palace home, the educational facility is run by head teacher Lavinia Taylor, who puts a focus on teaching students the importance of good manners.
Kate, 36, and William have only recently returned from an official trip to Scandinavia so it’s hardly surprising that they are keen to clock off with their kids.
But Prince George and Princess Charlotte were never far from their parents’ thoughts during their four-day tour, which saw them spend time in Norway and Sweden.
During one outing, Prince William revealed that he’d been particularly impressed by the way Scandinavian families encourage their young to embrace the great outdoors.
With this in mind, we can’t help wondering if 35-year-old Wills has planned some fun open-air activities for his brood over their half term break.
Kate also revealed that Prince George has been learning to ski – an activity we know the family love to do during down time.
It was suggested that Prince George had likely had a go at skiing for the first time in the French Alps when the family went on a half term skiing holiday back in 2016.