Prince William and Kate Middleton are likely to stay at Anm Hall and home-school their children after England was toppled in Lockdown 3.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had previous curfew at their Norfolk country estate, where they have been since Christmas.
Seven year old Prince George and five year old Princess Charlotte were due to return to their school, Thomas & # 39; Battersea, on Jan. 6.
Due to recent coronavirus restrictions across England, schools are now closed and are unlikely to open until mid-February mid-February.
The Cambridges are believed to have intended to return to their London base at Kensington Palace but now have no reason to return to the capital, and the law advises against essential travel. Hi there! Reports.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are likely to stay at Anm Hall and re-educate their children. Prince George (seven), Prince Louis (two) and Princess Charlotte (five) (pictured together in one shot for their 2020 Christmas card)
This means that they will likely enjoy a low key family celebration there for the Duchess's 9th birthday on January 9th.
William and Kate, both 38, must start homeschooling Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte again, as they did when they were first locked in March last year.
They previously admitted that teaching their three children – whom they said had "such persistence" – was "challenging".
The couple even “kept it going” during the Easter break without telling them, and Kate admitted, “I feel very mean. The kids have so much stamina, I don't know how.
The Cambridges are believed to have intended to return to their London base at Kensington Palace but now have no reason to return to the capital, and the law advises against essential travel. Pictured with her children attending a special pantomime at London's Palladium Theater in December
"In all honesty, you have come to the end of the day and are writing down the list of all the things you did that day."
She added, “It's actually just a little bit structured. And it's great, there are so many great tips online and fun activities to do with the kids. So it wasn't all hardcore. & # 39;
A source in April claimed Kate "spearheaded" the eldest two's homeschooling efforts while organizing playtime for two-year-old Louis every day while her husband also "rolled up his sleeves" to help.
They added that the Duke and Duchess found the experience "extremely rewarding".
In July, William admitted that his patience was tested during class and that he was having difficulty teaching second grade math.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5Live That's Peter Crouch podcast, recorded partly on Zoom and partly at Kensington Palace in March, the heir said: “I found it quite stressful not to lie and try to keep the kids busy with some kind of work , it's been an interesting couple of months. & # 39;
He added, “I've learned through homeschooling that my patience is much shorter than I thought, that was probably the biggest eye opener for me and that my wife is super patient.
“Basically we're a good team tag session. I come in with the kids trying to get them to do something and Catherine comes in when, frankly, everything has gone wrong.
"I have to admit that I'm a little embarrassed about my math. I can't do second grade math."
Prince William revealed that his patience was tested while homeschooling his children in the first lockdown, and that he struggled to teach second grade math. He is pictured right with Princess Charlotte (left), Kate (second from left) and Prince George (second from right) in September 2019 as the royal children attended their first day of school of the year
While the Duchess of Cambridge studied mathematics through high school, William hasn't pursued the subject since his GCSEs at Eton.
Royal expert Victoria Arbiter said the couple view the lockdown as a "rare gift" as royal children are usually "inevitably denied the privilege of extended time with their parents."
She noted that the combination of Kate's focus on early childhood education and Middleton's "caring presence" along with Prince Williams' focus on spiritual wellbeing and Windsor traditions would make the Cambridge children the most adapted generation of royals ever known & # 39 ;.
Kensington Palace declined to comment on her whereabouts.
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