Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new rules that would be imposed amidst the current lockdown in the U.K. due to the coronavirus outbreak. Just like ordinary people, the royal family also has to stay in their own homes to protect its members from catching the virus. This includes the younger royals, like Kate Middleton. Now that she has a lot of free time with her kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, and husband, Prince William, how does the Duchess of Cambridge keep herself busy?
As the future queen consort is known for being naturally sporty and used to be a keen athlete when she was still a student, it is no doubt that she may be exercising while at Kensington Palace. She may do daily walk or jog or make use of Anmer Hall's swimming pool and tennis court, especially that she, reportedly, receives tennis lessons at the exclusive Hurlingham Club in Fulham, according to Hello! Magazine.
Kate Middleton may also be teaching Prince George and Princess Charlotte with their home-schooling. After Thomas's Battersea canceled regular schools, it announced it would be continuing the students' activities by uploading their lessons through online learning platforms. Hence, she will surely be a hands on mom to her two eldest kids as they undergo remote learning.
This is also the best time for Prince William's time to study further about her hobbies, art, and photography. She can now take advantage of her time to hone her skills and produce more stunning photos of her kids or the nature around their apartment that may be published on the Cambridges' Instagram page.
To make use of their idle time, Kate Middleton can also enjoy baking and cooking with her three children. It will be a fun activity to do with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis now that they all have to stay at home. Kate earlier revealed that she loves cooking, and George and Charlotte like making pizza dough.
Aside from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are also in isolation due to the coronavirus outbreak. In a televised statement, via People, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the new restrictions that would help flatten the curve and avoid contracting the disease.
People can only leave their homes if they go grocery shopping as "infrequently as possible," to exercise once a day, and to travel to and from work where "absolutely necessary." Also, they can go out if they need to seek any medical or care assistance.