Revealed: This Is How Prince George and Princess Charlotte Spent Their Half-Term Break

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are back in school at Thomas’s Battersea and Willcocks Nursery respectively, after their week-long half-term break. The royal siblings didn’t just sit around in their home at Apartment 1A in Kensington Palace. Instead, they got to experience quite an adventure. Their parents, Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William packed them both up and the Cambridge clan had quite the snow-filled vacation.

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#NEWS: The Duchess of Cambridge spotted with Prince George and Princess Charlotte to a half term swimming treat at a luxury spa last week in a luxury Norfolk hotel complex. . Both children would have been enjoying their half term holiday at Anmer Hall, the Cambridge’s mansion on the Queen’s Sandringham estate. . The duchess wear a maroon swimsuit and full makeup, pearl earrings and her iconic engagement ring ‘Her hair up in a butterfly type hair clip and looked extremely elegant.’ . The duchess apparently organised swimming races for the children and afterwards they practised little dives off the side. The royal trio then all went into the sauna and steam room. . Both George and Charlotte were impeccably behaved. ‘The children were very well behaved and both were practising their diving from the side.' . ‘Kate was organising little races for them and they did it around four or five times. She said "ready, steady go" and did a downward chopping action in the water to indicate the start of the race.’ . Apparently George, naturally, won all the races. ‘He was swimming front like a dog paddle style and jumping in from a squatting position the side. . 'Charlotte was doing sitting dives. She was squatting on the side with her arms up in dive position, she kept saying "Look mummy I’m diving in". . ‘Kate was very encouraging. At one point George went under and Kate had to grab him, he became a bit tearful and clung to her but then he soon went off again.' . Neither the little prince and princess had arm bands on and were ‘super confidant’ in the water. . Prince Louis, was seemingly left at home either with her husband, Prince William, or their nanny. #katemiddleton #duchessofcambridge #catherineduchessofcambridge #catherinemiddleton #catherine #princewilliam #duchessofcambridge #princewilliamdukeofcambridge #princegeorgeofcambridge #princegeorge #princesscharlotteofcambridge #princesscharlotte #princelouis #princelouisofcambridge

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This is how Prince George and Princess Charlotte spent their half -term break

Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton are very strict about their children getting fresh air and playing outside. In fact, the little royals have very limited screen time. Prince George and Princess Charlotte are also not allowed to use iPads and tablets. Therefore it would make sense that their half-term vacation included plenty of time outdoors.

According to Mail Online, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took their kiddos on a lovely ski-vacation. They began their break at Anmer Hall on Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham estate. The children were able to enjoy some fresh air and some pool time at Anmer Hall’s lavish spa facility.

In order to get a change of pace –the Cambridges also headed to their favorite ski resort — the Courchevel in the Troi Vallees in France. Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte had gone on ski vacations before. Back in 2016, the duke and the duchess took their littles to the Courchevel to see the slopes. Prince Louis, who is not yet one year old, stayed back at Anmer with his nanny, Maria Borallo. Hopefully, he’ll be old enough to see the slopes next year.

These are the other activites Prince George and Princess Charlotte probably did during half-term break

Aside skiing and swimming, the prince and princess probably did several indoor activities furuing their break. The duchess has been teaching her older kiddos how to cook. She revealed their favorite meal during a Feb 2019 visit to Ivy Learning Trust. Matthew Kleiner-Mann, chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust told reporters, “She was telling us how much her children love cooking and how they cook for her. They made cheesy pasta the other day. One stirs the flour, one puts the milk and butter in. And they make salads and stuff.”

The duke and duchess also enjoy doing arts and crafts with their kiddos even though it’s not exactly Prince Williams forte –he’s still enthusiastic. Middleton revealed that she has been “loving” getting stuck into crafts with her children. She told onlookers, “It’s something I’m loving doing with the children – papier mache – I forgot how messy it is, but it’s really great.” In addition to papier mache –Prince George enjoys drawing. The duchess explained that the little prince found a piece of charcoal and began using it to draw. Prince George had told her, “Mummy I’m going to draw a picture. That’s what’s so nice you can do it from all around you.” Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte’s favorite craft is using beads to make bracelets.

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