In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, Prince William became candid about having two of his school-going children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at home.
The Duke of Cambridge joked at the other parents during a recent Zoom call that appeared on the latest documentary series football, Prince William, and Mental Health: “Homeschooling is fun, isn’t it?”
He then added, “You ‘re beginning to worry about how little you remember when you can’t do math questions at home from your school days.”
Former England goalkeeper Joe Hart quipped, though his 5-year-old child did, that he didn’t know phonics existed.
The lockout challenges, huh!” Prince William replied.
Earlier, during an interview, Kate Middleton had also spoken about the challenges of homeschooling.
“Don’t tell the kids that we really kept it going during the holidays,” said the royal wife. “I feel very bad.
The kids have this kind of stamina, I don’t know how,” Kate said. “Honestly, you ‘re getting to the end of the day and you ‘re writing down the list of all the things you’ve done that day.
So, you ‘re pitching a tent, taking the tent down again, cooking, baking. You ‘re getting to the end of the day they’ve had a nice time — but it’s amazing how much you can cram into one day, that’s for sure.”
Kate said during another interview on ITV’s This Morning, “We ‘re stuck in homeschooling again. George gets really angry because he only wants to do one of Charlotte ‘s projects. Spider sandwiches are much better than literacy!”
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