Thomas's Battersea has provided remote learning resources for the little royals and all other students during the coronavirus pandemic. And according to George and Charlotte's mom, Kate Middleton, the Cambridge kids have been set a particular "challenge."
During a Zoom call on VE Day, Duchess Kate explained, "The school has sent all the children a challenge, and they’re currently learning the lyrics to the song 'We’ll Meet Again.'" She continued, "It’s been really lovely having that playing every day."
During the Zoom call, Kate also opened up about Prince George's school work and explained that her son had been studying World War II for the first time in school. She explained, "George is just starting to learn about the Second World War." She continued, "He would be really honored to come and speak to you, so maybe another time George could have a quick chat with you to hear all your stories as well."
Princess Charlotte may only be four currently but her charm has already made her center of the attention of the Cambridges.
And if experts are to be believed, this is the making of a strong female leader of the future -- courtesy of her supermom Kate Middleton who is known to be a doting and hands-on mother to her kids.
Princess Charlotte has been observed by royal experts to be supremely confident for her age, not letting her feelings come to the surface, while Prince William too had labelled his second-born as ‘bossy’ in the past.
The grace with which Charlotte has been carrying out her royal duties alongside her mother, has been widely praised by body language experts who deem her fit to be the future crowned head.
Express quoted body language expert Alison Ward recalling the time when the Cambridges led the UK in clapping for the front line warriors of the coronavirus. She said that the princess “couldn’t wait to do her job and start off the clapping.”
“The royal couple are clearly teaching her the importance of following a job through and doing it well to be of service to the nation,” she said.
“Princess Charlotte looks behind her to check her at one point to check her family are all doing a good job of clapping and following her lead,” she added.