Prince William, duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, duchess of Cambridge, to accompany the prince George and the princess Charlotte for their back-to-school to school Thomass Battersea in London, United Kingdom, September 5, 2019.
Confined with prince William, Kate Middleton and her brothers and sisters for several weeks, the princess Charlotte will not regain the paths of the school immediately.
The return to school of the princess Charlotte is not for everyone. Confined in the Norfolk with his parents, Kate Middleton and prince William, and his two brothers, princes George and Louis, the little girl has not put a foot in his school since they have been closed to combat the pandemic of sars coronavirus. And according to the information of the Sunday Times, the duke and the duchess of Cambridge does not intend to allow their daughter to return to school quickly. Instead, they would prefer to keep her in the house for at least an additional month. According to the latest guidelines of the government – that the school Thomas’s Battersea is expected to follow – the course of the first and the sixth year are expected to resume from 1 June, which means that Charlotte might come back but not his brother George. A final decision on the reopening of the school will be announced this week, reported the Sunday Times. The royal couple, who is staying at Amner Hall has previously told her that he had been‘difficult” to teach their children at home.
Speaking in an interview with BBC Breakfast last April, Kate Middleton joked about the school to the house : “Do not tell to children, we have continued to be in a class during the holidays. I feel petty. Children have such stamina, I don’t know how this is possible. (…) This is awesome, there is so much good advice online and fun activities that you can do with the kids, so it was not very complicated”. Earlier this month, Kate Middleton had fun telling that prince George was “jealous” of the duties of her sister of five years and a “preferred to make sandwiches spiders” : “George is very upset because he wants her to be involved in the projects of Charlotte ! Make sandwiches with the spider is much more cool than doing the reading and writing”.
Mia Tindall, soon back to school
And if Kate Middleton and prince William do not seem inclined to accept that their daughter returns to school, this is not the case of all members of the royal family. Confined to the domain Gatcombe Park, Zara and Mike Tindall want their eldest daughter to return to the path of his class. During the containment, they are the ones who are busy making over at Mia. “I don’t think that a child is an excellent student at home because he listens to definitely other better than he listens to his parents, joked Mike Tindall with the Telegraph. Mia can be brilliant one minute and then, for something that you’ve seen her do a thousand times, it will just say : ‘I do not know how to do it’. You become frustrated, and you try not to be frustrated.” Mike and Zara Tindall have, therefore, intends to stick to the latest guidelines of the government and allow their eldest daughter to return to school at the beginning of the month of June.
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