Princes George and Louis, along with Princess Charlotte, are expected to spend their free time in the UK – and outdoors – as the magazine reports. PeopleMonday, July 11.
Their school year ended on Friday, July 8. Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, have left Thomas’s Battersea School, and are preparing like all schoolchildren to go on summer vacation. Their little brother Louis, 4,’s summer had started two days earlier, after leaving Willcocks Nursery School. Free time the trio should spend in the great outdoors, the magazine said. People, Tuesday, July 11. If George of Cambridge was recently seen in the stands of Wimbledon, the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton could thus afford family moments at Anmer Hall, their second home in Norfolk.
Swing and campfires
Once there, the clan should practice their favorite activities, from cooking to creative hobbies, including family walks. “Someone asked me the other day: ‘What would you like your children to remember from their childhood?'” Kate Middleton recalled in the podcast “Happy mum, Happy Baby”, in February 2020.
His response: “If you think about it, do I want them to remember me sitting around trying to get them to do their math homework and dictation on the weekends? Or the fact that we lit a campfire together and tried to cook sausages, without success, because the wood was too wet?
In April 2021, the Cambridges unveiled a video for their 10 years of marriage, in which parents and children walked through sand dunes. We also saw Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte swinging, or roasting marshmallows with their parents. Kate Middleton had also revealed that her children helped her take care of farm animals when they were not at school.
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The melody of happiness
And if this summer, the Cambridges are not at Anmer Hall, they will certainly have set sail for the Isles of Scilly, in Cornwall, or the Lake District, in Cumbria – destinations they are particularly fond of. “According to Kate, her children love to go there and walk in the hills, said Jack Mumberson, an 11-year-old pupil who had received the confidences of the Duchess of Cambridge during an event in 2019. She told us how much the Lake District was lovely and how lucky we were to live so close to the mountains.”
The clan could also choose to travel to Jordan, where the photograph featured on their 2021 greetings card was taken. The family are expected to visit the Queen at Balmoral Castle in Scotland anyway. Kate Middleton, Prince William and their children should also leave their home, Kensington Palace, to move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor. Which would mean, for the three children, a return to a new school.