Royal Self-Isolation: What Kate Middleton and Prince William Do with Children During Quarantine

Kensington Palace's official Instagram account has posted photos of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s offices at Anmer Hall Mansion in Sandringham, Norfolk. Representatives of the royal family also spoke about how self-isolation of spouses takes place.

So, Kate and William continue to work for the good of the UK. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge regularly maintain contact with charitable organizations to understand the problems they face in this difficult time. Last week, the couple had two important phone calls: Prince William was in touch with Mind Charity CEO Paul Farmer while Kate talked to Catherine Roche, the head of Place2Be. Apparently, it was during these conversations that the photographers captured William and Kate.

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At this time, young Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis spend time in the garden and enjoy free time. Children swing on a swing, and also watch birds with binoculars.

During the coronavirus epidemic, Kate Middleton and Prince William decided to self-isolate with their children. The couple don’t spend this time in their main residence - Kensington Palace - but in the Anmer Hall mansion in Sandringham. We recall, the mansion became one of Queen Elizabeth's gifts for Kate and William’s wedding.


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