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Kate Middleton is 'leading' the homeschooling of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

Kate Middleton is 'leading' the homeschooling efforts of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, while organising playtime for Prince Louis each day, a source has revealed.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, is ensuring her three children settle into their studies at their Norfolk home Anmer Hall while Prince William, 37, has also 'rolled his sleeves up' to help out, during the coronavirus crisis,

The mother-of-three is helping Prince George, 6, focus on work, 'putting on lots of activities' for Princess Charlotte, 4, and making time to play with her youngest son Prince Louis, 1, as well.

A source told The Sun: 'Kate is leading on most of the teaching. She spends time every day doing something with them.'

Kate Middleton, 38, is 'leading' the homeschooling at Amner Hall as she juggles work with teaching Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, during the coronavirus outbreak

The source explained that one of the couple's main priorities was helping Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis get into a routine and a 'settled home environment.'   

They revealed that the Cambridges are both 'very involved' to keep Prince George working hard, while Princess Charlotte has also been given a vast array of activities to enjoy.

The couple are also making time to play with their youngest son, Prince Louis, 1.  

While Kate is 'leading on most of the teaching', Prince William is also helping out with the work.

The mother-of-three is helping her children settle into life at home, assisting Prince George, 6,  with working, setting up 'lots of activities' for Princess Charlotte, 4, and spending time playing with Prince Louis, 1, 

The source revealed: 'William is also rolling up his sleeves and getting stuck in as well.'

They added that the Duke and Duchess are 'finding the experience hugely rewarding'.  

Prince William and Kate are seeing out the public health crisis at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their children.

Last week, a royal expert revealed how the Duke of Cambridge will 'step up into statesman role' during the coronavirus crisis and will lead the royal family's efforts to support the nation.

Meanwhile Prince William is also 'rolling up his sleeves' and helping his children adjust to life at home (pictured)

Prince William was the first member of the royal family to speak to the nation during the crisis in a video, and joined Kate to visit an NHS 111 centre earlier this month.

Speaking to Australian website 9Honey, Katie Nicholl said the move was 'significant', adding that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the 'best placed' members of the royal family to be 'pillars of support' for the nation at the moment.

She revealed: 'We're seeing William step up in that statesman role. It strikes me as interesting that the first member of the royal family to address the nation has been William.'

Royal expert Katie Nicholl previously revealed how the Cambridges are 'leading' the royal family's response to the crisis (pictured, visiting an NHS 111 call centre earlier this month) 

The royal expert explained that left Kate and William 'best placed' to lead the family's efforts and support the nation.

Katie revealed: 'Obviously William and Kate aren't in the vulnerable sector, therefore they are perhaps the best placed or among the best placed of the royal family to be able to help at the moment.'

She also said Kate and William are now temporarily diverting their attention from their key work, and instead focus on supporting the nation as it tries to cope with the pandemic.  

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