Prince William and Kate Middleton have mostly adjusted to working, homeschooling, and keeping their children happy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, who exchanged their wedding vows on April 29, 2011, are doting parents to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Closer Weekly recently learned from a friend that when the weather is too cold or too wet to play outside, Middleton prefers to join the kids in their dance studio at their country estate, Anmer Hall.
Kate Middleton and Prince William on March 5, 2020 in Galway, Ireland. | Photo: Getty Images
During the week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continue their charitable work remotely. Meanwhile, Maria Borrallo, the nanny, supervises the children's online schoolwork.
George enjoys science classes most, the friend said, adding that Charlotte is also quite bright, but she wants to be a ballerina when she grows up. Both royal kids are learning Spanish from their nanny.
The friend noted that Louis was due to start in nursery school, but it was put off. Kate and William are upset about this because, for them, having friends his own age is vital, said the friend.
The three siblings, luckily, get along well together. George loves being a big brother and reads books to Louis for hours, the friend said, noting that they are especially fond of birthdays.
Meanwhile, Middleton and Prince William's recent family fun night out was met with controversy.
Despite feeling restless occasionally during these unusual times, the royals are grateful to have such a loving relationship. They've recently spent more time together than they ever did before.
The royal couple does argue sometimes, but the conflicts tend to be short-lived, said the friend, adding that years ago, they agreed that they would never go to bed angry.
Kate Middleton, Prince Louis, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte at Billingbear Polo Club on July 10, 2019 in Wokingham, England | Photo: Getty Images
Middleton has always been the picture of grace and decency. As a friend pointed out, the Duchess is just the same in her private life, but she's "no pushover."
Despite Middleton's impressively well-dressed and well-coiffed appearances, the friend reiterated that she had no blow-dries at home and said that Kate's hair was always pulled back in a ponytail.
Meanwhile, Middleton and Prince William's recent family fun night out was met with controversy after the latest lockdown restrictions as they were accused of breaking the U.K. government's "Rule of Six."
The trip caused backlash as the Cambridge family and another family assembled in a group of nine, while the government has set strict limits on how many people can meet.