Where will royal children spend the summer?

Kate Middleton and Prince William will probably spend the summer at Anmer Hall, where their children like to do farm work.

Jul 6, 2022 - 11:46
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Where will royal children spend the summer?

The children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are currently on summer vacation, and they will soon be joined by their younger brother, Prince Louis when kindergarten closes.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are both pupils at Thomas's Battersea in London, while Prince Louis started kindergarten last year. Kate recently revealed that eight-year-old George plays rugby with the girls and boys at his school. William and Kate will certainly spend the holidays with their children at their home Anmer Hall in Norfolk. They have already declared this place to be their 'happy place'.

Prince William and Kate visited Pant Farm in Wales on St David's Day in March, where the duchess revealed what work her eldest son had been doing.

During the visit, the Duke and Duchess were told about a robot that can be used to move food. 'That was George's half-term job - moving food,' said Kate. William also recently said that his children have become involved in farming and that George is particularly fond of them, adding: 'We are also trying agroforestry' .

The royal toddlers seem to enjoy working and running errands with their parents. As a reminder, during the celebration of the Queen's platinum jubilee, a video collage appeared on the official Instagram profile of Prince William and Kate Middleton, showing Kate and her heirs preparing cakes for a street party in Cardiff. This cute moment was recorded by the gathered citizens who were watching the procession, and the video soon became a viral hit on social networks.

Recall, that the four-day platinum jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth has ended, and one member of the royal family has become a hit on social media. It is about four-year-old Prince Louis who made his debut this year in a carriage and on the balcony during the jubilee. On the last day of the celebration, as the royal family followed the procession through the streets of London, it was very interesting in their lodge, which Louis took care of.

Post By: Vanessa F.