Prince George and Princess Charlotte Have Been Bonding Over 1 Fun Activity During Quarantine

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought many changes to people’s lives all over the world. Even the royal family has been finding themselves physically isolated from others and trying to adjust to a new normal.

On the upside, however, the pandemic has ushered in some opportunities for people to bond with their loved ones. For Prince George and Princess Charlotte, this means a lot of sibling time as they are now constantly in close proximity to each other. In fact, a royal insider has shared that there is one fun activity George and Charlotte have been bonding over.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Prince George and Princess Charlotte | Samir Hussein/WireImage

The Cambridges are self-isolating at their country estate

Even though Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, call Kensington Palace their primary residence, they and their children have been self-isolating at Anmer Hall, their country estate, amid the pandemic.

Anmer Hall is where the family often retreats to when their kids have a break from school. It allows them to escape the hustle and bustle of London as well as give their children a chance to enjoy nature and farm life.

These days, William and Kate seem to be keeping themselves busy by having virtual meetings with their organizations, cooking, and gardening.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are being homeschooled

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In addition to taking care of their own work, William and Kate also help their kids with schoolwork. Like many children, George and Charlotte are doing distant learning at home. Their primary school, Thomas’s Battersea, has set up an online curriculum to make sure the kids can continue their lessons with the help of their parents.

Royal expert Michelle Tauber believes that, like many parents out there, William and Kate might be “juggling” many responsibilities at once. However, the family has their nanny, Maria Borello, who is most likely “lending plenty of support.”

William and Kate also divide up tasks with one another. An insider told Us Weekly: “Kate is mainly in charge of the home-schooling and playtimes, but William is also very involved too. He teaches them lessons and organizes games.”

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are also bonding over gymnastics

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Despite the fact that this could be a stressful time for them, it seems the Cambridges are making the most of everything. As always, William and Kate limit their kids’ screen time by encouraging them to hang out with each other instead.

“Kate bakes and decorates cakes with the kids [on] the weekend to keep them entertained,” another insider shared with Us Weekly. “The kitchen is always a complete mess by the end of it, but it’s all part of the fun — that’s how Kate sees it. They also enjoy gardening together and planting seeds.”

Additionally, the kids often hang out by themselves as well. Being the oldest brother, George has taken to teaching his younger sister some skills. The source shared: “George has been helping Charlotte with her gymnastics and they’ll spend hours practicing cartwheels, headstands and other moves together. Louis tries to join in too!”