The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge practice social isolation, just as the rest of the UK has been asked to do in recent weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Last month Prince William and Kate Middleton brought Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to their Sandringham country house, Anmer Hall, though it is safe to say that the truly palatial home of Norfolk des Cambridges is probably just a little more comfortable and luxurious than most auto quarantines.
But Prince William and Kate are still doing all of the tasks that many parents are facing right now, as they set out to help their two eldest children home school now that Prince George and Princess school Charlotte switched to distance learning in the midst of the spread of COVID. 19.
The Duchess of Cambridge has taken the lead on this and “spends time every day” helping with teaching, according to the Sun, although Prince William and Kate were “very involved” in helping George with his work. They also “set up many activities for Charlotte” and “took time to play with Louis”, although they did have the help of a nanny.