Prince William & Kate Make Their Kids Aware of the Efforts Doctors Have Made Amid the Pandemic
A source close to the Royal family recently opened up about how Prince William and Kate Middleton have brilliantly raised their children's awareness about the pandemic and those working hard to save lives.
There is no doubt that Prince William and Kate Middleton make amazing parents to their three children. In a recent Us Weekly exclusive, a source close to the family shared how the royal couple has been raising their kids' awareness amid the pandemic. The source revealed:
"William and Kate have made them aware of the amount of effort the doctors and nurses are making during the pandemic, the importance of their jobs."
The parents explained all they could about the pandemic ravaging the world and then shared what they had done to help. This allowed the children to understand the importance of giving back amid the crisis.
The parents must have been delighted when their 7-year-old son and their 5-year-old daughter perked up at the sound of helping. They became very eager to get involved in their parent's charity work.
While William and Kate have opted to keep their little ones out of the spotlight, they still listen attentively to their young opinions, especially when it comes to helping people. They are big on letting their children express themselves.
The couple was looking to hire a housekeeper at Kensington Palace.
While doing everything they can to help the people amid the pandemic, William and Kate have been getting their hands busy with her incredible Hold Still photo project.
Kate's project is ambitiously aimed at capturing the memories and experiences in the UK during the pandemic. Recently, she was moved to tears by one particular photo submitted for the project.
A nurse named Johannah Churchill took a picture of her colleague, Melanie, which became one of the best-known photos of her project that captures the battle against COVID-19.
The photo showed Melanie wearing personal protective equipment as she worked at a clinic filled with COVID-19 patients. The powerful shot was displayed as a huge mural, which is part of a national exhibition for the project.
The couple was looking to hire a housekeeper at Kensington Palace, their primary home where they live with their three children.
The royal husband and wife, who often express how grateful they are to have humble and grounded children, cherish their family very much. Especially amid the pandemic, it has become even more important to bond with family.
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