Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge are the parents of three adorable children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. And every time the Duke and Duchess give treats to their little ones, we are all ears.
At a recent engagement, Kate ended up scolding William when he failed to mention that their daughter liked something as much as her brother.
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Kate let Prince William know when he forgot to mention Charlotte
Expressen noted that on 15 September, the Duke and Duchess visited the London Bridge JobCentre, where they spoke with Lloyd Graham, a community engagement manager for the construction company Keltbay. He explained that the company is not only involved in the demolition of buildings in the area but also in some remodeling projects.
“The kids, especially Louis, would love to come and watch it to see the excavators,” Prince William said.
Kate then spoke up to tell her husband that Charlotte would really enjoy it too.
“Do not forget Charlotte!” the Duchess of Cambridge called in, adding: “She would love it too.”
Prince George and Princess Charlotte recently went back to school
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In other Cambridge kiddo news, George and Charlotte recently returned to school for the first time since the lockdown was lifted in the UK. The children attend Thomas’s Battersea in south-west London, where George is in year 3 and his sister is in year 1. George and Charlotte’s first day was September 7th.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Education told The Express that “Regular and full-time attendance at school from September is crucial to help students catch up on the time they have spent outside the classroom. In all our decision-making, we have balanced the need to continue to control the transfer of COVID-19 with the real and ongoing costs of children’s education, welfare and health from being out of school. ”
Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl said the school has several new security measures in place, but there is a rule that the Duke and Duchess do not have to abide by with their children.
“According to one parent, the school has installed several COVID prevention measures and parents must now drop children at the school gate,” Nicholl said. “Cambridges, however, are still able to drive their children into the schoolyard.”
Prince Louis is not a fan of social distance
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Prince Louis is still too young to join his siblings in school, and that may be a good thing, because according to his mother, he is not so fond of social distance.
“Louis does not understand social distance,” Kate told BBC Breakfast in July. “He goes out and wants to hug something, especially babies younger than him.”