Fans Love How Prince William Shares Umbrella with Prince George and Princess Charlotte in a New Snap
Prince William is teaching his kids how to help out a community in need. He's also showing the world how great of a father he is as he sheltered his two eldest while volunteering.
From June 1 to June 7, the UK celebrated Volunteers Week. Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, along with their eldest children, took the opportunity to teach fans a thing or two about giving back.
In April, the family went out delivering food to their community, and rain started pouring. Prince William covered Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince George, six, with a large umbrella in a sweet shot.
Fans were enthralled by the beautiful photo, which showed the Duke of Cambridge protecting his older kids. He and Middleton are also parents to two-year-old Prince Louis.
The picture showed a walking Prince William clad in a black coat and holding a matching umbrella. Next to him, George and Charlotte appeared to be making their way to a house with food in tow.
"As we approach the end of #VolunteersWeek The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photo taken by The Duchess as they played their part in the national volunteering effort," read the caption.
According to People, Volunteers Week is meant to celebrate persons who have given their time, energy, and money to help others. The Cambridge children should certainly receive their tokens.
Back in early April, Charlotte's early birthday photo featured a shot taken when the young girl was helping to pack and deliver meals for pensioners who are unable to go out amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to showing the young tot's generosity, the photograph also cemented how similar Charlotte looks to her father. Fans pointed out that the pair have the same eyes and look incredibly alike.
In May, little Prince Louis also celebrated a birthday. This time, fans compared the young royal to his siblings, saying he was a combination of both George and Charlotte.
Louis' birthday photos showed the toddler playing with colorful paint. The rainbow art was a show of support for National Health Service workers in the UK. It looks like Louis has done his part, too.
Before the outbreak happened, the Cambridges were busy enjoying their kids' landmarks. For instance, last year, they took Prince George to watch his first soccer match.
Unfortunately, Prince William couldn't celebrate with his son when their team was winning because they were among opposing team supporters. Still, George's cute show of triumph was an adorable sight.
William explained what happened in May while talking in his new documentary about men's mental health, "Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health."