This How Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis Spend Their Weekends

While their parents, Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William fill their days with royal events and engagements —Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis occupy their time like most children across the Western world. Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend school during the week –while their infant brother, Prince Louis, is entertained by his nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.

Typically, the weekends make for an abundance of family time for the Cambridge clan with the duke and duchess engaging in arts and crafts and cooking with their littles. However, some weekends still call for work, and the princes and princess hang with Nanny Maria or their maternal grandparents, Carole and Michael Middleton. This is how Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis spend their weekends.

This is how Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis spend their weekends

Over St. Patrick’s Day weekend –Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the annual Irish Guards’ St Patrick’s Day parade in Hounslow. The little royals are all still a little too young to participate in numerous royal events, so they spent their weekend like they typically do when the weather is nice –outside.

Royal blogger Netty Royal tweeted that she posted the little royals playing in Kensington Gardens with Nanny Maria. They wrote, “When you walk around Kensington Gardens before departure, and you see the nanny with all three kids.” They added that Princess Charlotte and Prince George were racing on their bikes while Prince Louis was being pushed in his stroller by Nanny Maria.

Do Kate Middleton and Prince William spend time with their children outdoors?

Despite their hectic work schedules –the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are really hands-on parents. They can be spotted watching Princess Charlotte, and Prince George play soccer in the gardens, and the royal siblings have also been seen racing in the Kensington Palace Gardens and hunting for spiders. The gardens are an intimate, tranquil, and secluded oasis that is open to the public. They include a sunken garden that has rotational flower displays in the spring and summer, an arched arbor of red-twigged limbs called the Cradle Walk and some formal gardens.

In an open letter to support Children’s Hospice Week in 2018, Middleton wrote, “Spending quality time together is such an important aspect of family life and for me, as a mother, it is the simple family moments like playing outside together that I cherish.”

How do Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis spend their time indoors?

London weather is finicky so sometimes it’s simply too unpleasant to be outside. Luckily, the Cambridge clan are never bored. Over the weekends they play with their toys, make paper mache arts and crafts, and they adore making homemade pizza with their mother.

Though Kate Middleton and Prince William do not allow their children to have tablet or iPads –they do enjoy watching movies every now and again. Apparently, Princess Charlotte has grown obsessed with the Disney Princess, and Prince George’s new favorite film is How to Train Your Dragon.

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