Prince William & Kate Reportedly Took George, Charlotte & Louis Lambing during School Break

Olawale Ogunjimi
Mar 02, 2020
02:00 A.M.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, and Kate Middleton are giving their kids an early start on country life. The royal pair reportedly spent the last school break fending for lambs on a farm.

Royal couple, Prince Williams and his wife, Kate Middleton, aren't scared to get their kids' hands dirty, provided it gets them a step closer to becoming real country lads at heart.

Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg, Germany, 20 July 2017 | Photo : Getty Images


The royal family of four reportedly got their fill of farm life during the children's week off from school, as they spent the break "Lambing."

The prince disclosed that his children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were always eager to lend a helping hand around the farm in their Anmer Hall country home, Norfolk.


Seemingly proud of his royal brood, the father of three gushed about their farming escapades to the elementary school teacher, Rhian Roberts, explaining how the kids helped deliver lambs over their short vacation. He said:

"We've been lambing with the children this week. Charlotte wasn't sure at first, but George was straight in there. Louis loves the tractors. They love seeing the lambs and feeding the lambs."

The Duke of Cambridge went on to laud the school teacher, who operates on his family's dairy farm, acknowledging that dairy farmers were "seriously tough."


Following his enlightening conversation with the dairy farmer, the 38-year-old prince went off to Wales' Principality Stadium, where he saw the match between Wales and France.

As part of their royal duties, the parents of three are also expected to undertake around a visit to Ireland.

The match was part of the ongoing Six Nations rugby match, where the prince was a significant stakeholder, being the royal patron of the Welsh Rugby Union.


As part of their royal duties, the parents of three are also expected to undertake a round visit to Ireland, making stops in Dublin, County Meath, Galway, and County Kildare, as requested by the Commonwealth office.

The Ireland visit would run through the third and fifth of next month. It would be built on the "themes of reconciliation and themes" between the two countries, with opportunities of meeting prominent political figures, children, and youths.


Earlier this month, the royal parents declared their intention to go on a week-long break with the royal toddlers, following their children's half-term break from school.

The break, which ran between February 17 to February 21, was to avail the couple a much-needed time off from their hectic work schedules, which heightened since the younger Prince Harry, and his wife stepped down from their royal duties.

The Duke and Duchess' decision to take some time off with the kids in their Anmer Hall country home was supported by the Queen, who stood firmly on their side.

With the upcoming Irish official trip in the works, the devoted parents are sure to miss the fun and freedom of their "lambing" getaway with the kids.