The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can take a “sigh of relief” as their children are back to school. Royal commentator Roberta Fiorito claimed that it’s been a wild ride for the parents during the pandemic. She said that Prince George and Princess Charlotte is going to St. Thomas’s in Battersea and Louis at St. Hawk’s nursery who will join his older siblings at the same nursery school by September.
Roberta Fiorito, a host of Royally Obsessed said: “Although we know that George, Charlotte, and Louis are back at school. I feel all I can think about Kate and William and their relief because that is the headspace that I met that Finesse is finally back after many on and off closures.
“I am not sure if that’s the case for Kate William but it’s been just a wild ride continually for parents but Princess Charlotte is back at St. Thomas’s at Battersea and Louis is at St. Hawk’s nursery.”
Rachel Bowie, a co-host of Royally Obsessed replied: “Louis will join his older siblings in September at the same school probably alleviates the stress to drop all the kids off at the same time.
Roberta replied: “Double drops-off I hear are really challenging as a mom of one.”
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Royally US host Christina Garibaldi said: “Prince William during that conversation, his audio talk, revealed what causes the massive fights between Charlotte and George at the breakfast table.
“Of course! it has to do with music which I love.”
Co-presenter Christine Ross joined in: “Yes, I love this story so it would appear according to Prince William that every morning…George and Charlotte take turns choosing the music for the breakfast table.
“And I love this because apparently, they’re not watching cartoons on iPads like some families but it’s so now they take turns but I guess they still argue over alternatives and they apparently Princess Charlotte loves Shakira’s music and there’s a lot of Waka Waka playing at around the breakfast table.
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The Duke of Cambridge added: “One of the songs that the children are loving at the moment is Shakira, Waka Waka.
“There’s a lot of hip movements going along with a lot of dressing up.
“Charlotte particularly is running around the kitchen, in her dresses and ballet stuff.
“She goes completely crazy with Louis following her around trying to do the same thing.”
Columbian singer Shakira tweeted after Prince of Cambridge statement: “I’m so pleased you like my music Princess Charlotte!’”