Kate Middleton admits telling children white lie during coronavirus lockdown | Royal | News

The duchess told BBC in a recent interview that she has not been completely honest with her children about their daily routine during the pandemic. In fact, Kate even confessed to a white lie she had told her children to keep them motivated while at home studying.

She disclosed: “We don’t actually tell the children we’ve actually kept going through the holidays. I feel very mean.”

“There’s a pretty strict routine here at home,” Kate added.

As she explained that the young royals had continued to do schoolwork over the traditional Easter break a couple of weeks ago.

As she explained that the young royals had continued to do schoolwork over the traditional Easter break a couple of weeks ago.

Kate said that she feared they would struggle to get back into a routine if they took time off their studies.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend the exclusive St Thomas Preparatory School in Battersea.

The family hit another milestone while under lockdown as the youngest of their children Prince Louis also celebrated turning two last Thursday with a celebration at their Norfolk home.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall also loudly clapped for the NHS workers.

It comes as Kate and William revealed that they want their children to grow up as “normal” as possible.

Their children are currently all under the age of seven and the Duke of Cambridge said his main priority is being a father.

He also revealed that he had not told George that he is third in line to the throne, as he focuses on classes and making friends at school.

At present Kate is leading the homeschooling efforts of the eldest children while making sure Prince Louis has plenty of playtimes.

A source told the Sun: “Kate is leading on most of the teaching. She spends time every day doing something with them.

“William is also rolling up his sleeves and getting stuck in as well.”

They added that the Duke and Duchess are “finding the experience hugely rewarding”.

Royal author Katie Nicholl also revealed that Kate and William are “best placed” to lead the royal family during this unprecedented time.

She said: “Obviously William and Kate aren’t in the vulnerable sector, therefore they are perhaps the best-placed or among the best placed of the royal family to be able to help at the moment.”

However as the couple are currently locked down at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, the continue to engage with charities and there projects via video call and social media.

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