With Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to outline his “roadmap” out of confinement in Britain today, February 22, the public is expecting a cautious return to a semblance of normalcy. The top priority for the country’s government is the reopening of schools, and most students are expected to return to classrooms on March 8. After staying at their Anmer Hall country residence in Norfolk, Prince William and Kate Middleton will soon return to London with their three children.
Marie Claire reports that the royal couple have been distance educating Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis at their Georgian country home, using nearby Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham House as an office for them while the monarch remains at Castle Windsor. Now, however, with restrictions soon to begin to ease and allow them to relocate, the family will return to Kensington Palace so George and Charlotte can resume their studies at Thomas’s Battersea.
Aged seven and five respectively, George and Charlotte delighted fans of royalty when they were photographed in their early days at the private coeducational school for boys between the ages of four and 13. As down-to-earth parents who take great interest in their children’s education, Prince William and Kate are often seen making the journey from nearby Kensington Palace to the school in South West London.