People: Prince William Spends Extra Time with His Children Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Kate Middleton has shared some adorable photos of Prince William spending time with their children.
Kate Middleton has captured some adorable photos of Prince William spending quality time with his children amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Duchess of Cambridge shared the photos to Instagram of the William playing with Prince George,6, Princess Charlotte,5, and Prince Louis,2.
Recently, Kate had also shared some photos of the Prince and their children sitting on a backyard swing ahead of William's 38th birthday.
The photos show the Royal family in a more relaxed setting, with a source sharing that they were enjoying the extra time together. They said
"They are spending more time together than they would normally, and they are having to do more with the children than they usually would. "
As they continue to spend more time at home, Kate, who is an amateur photographer, continues to share candid photos of the family.
Some even hold secrets as it was revealed that the swing in the photo was a wedding gift from Prince Charles and is engraved with the couple's names.
While the royal family has mostly been isolating at their country home, recently, William and Kate both appeared in public to help boost local businesses.
The Prince visited a family-owned bakery Smiths the Bakers, where he revealed that his children had recently discovered a love for baking. Hejoked
"The children have been attacking the kitchen and it's just been an explosion of flour and chocolate everywhere."
The Prince also opened up about homeschooling his children during the lockdown during a zoom call that appeared in the documentary, "Football, Prince William and Mental Health."
He joked that he worried about remembering all the work from his schooldays, with him finishing by calling them the challenges of lockdown.
The Duke of Cambridge Visits The Kings Lynn Ambulance Station KING'S LYNN, ENGLAND - JUNE 16|Photo: Getty Images
During an interview, Kate revealed that they had even kept their children learning through the holidays.
She joked that they had so much stamina, that at the end of the day when she wrote down what they had done, she was shocked about how much they could cram in.