Kate Middleton remained an active mother during her eight-day royal tour of the Caribbean with husband Prince William. According to PeopleKate had struggled with jet lag and ‘went up at dawn texting home to arrange extracurricular activities for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.“
The UK is five hours ahead of the Caribbean; So, while Kate was beginning her daily activities, her children were finishing their school day.
The royal children attend Thomas’s Battersea, a private school in London. Princess Charlotte started in September 2019 – she is now in second year – and Prince George is currently in fourth year. At school, they are not called “prince” and “princess”, but rather George Cambridge and Charlotte Cambridge.
While in the Bahamas, Kate spoke about bringing her visiting children back, saying: “Our three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, all love being by the sea, so hopefully they can experience your waters. clear and beautiful beaches before too long.”
The Cambridges have a sweet tradition before Kate and William go on a trip. “They always ask us where we’re going,” Prince William said. “And we show them where we are on the map.”
At a reception at Cahal Pech in Belize, Prince William said he was keeping their eldest, George, informed. “We let them know where we are and he finds us on the map, puts a pin there and shares with others,” he said.
While Prince George and Princess Charlotte have joined their parents on royal visits, Prince Louis has yet to travel with them in an official capacity. The smallest Cambridge is only three years old; he currently attends Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington and will likely follow in the footsteps of his older siblings by attending Thomas’s Battersea this fall.
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