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Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis enjoyed a fun week at school while their parents took a trip to the US.
- The children, who were being looked after by their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion, enjoyed some fun activities at Lambrook school, with Princess Charlotte learning a new skill.
- During their US visit, Kate and William attended the Earthshot prize awards ceremony.
- In other royal news, Harry and Meghan's first date spot has been revealed.
The school's Instagram page revealed that George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, enjoyed a number of fun activities while their parents were away. Year 3 pupil Princess Charlotte took part in bread-making while learning about healthy diets, according to the school's Instagram.
The post, which did not include a picture of the young royal, read, "After learning about different food groups and healthy eating, our Year 3s enjoyed an end of topic bread making and sampling treat this morning. Tomorrow our Year 4s will also learn how to make the National Loaf as part of their History topic on rationing."
Lambrook's pupils also attended a production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang performed by older children from the school.
A second post on Lambrook’s Instagram page said: "What a phantasmagorical time in our theatre last night as our high flying Upper School production of 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' brought the house down - on to the next performance this evening!"
The children's love of cooking and baking has been previously shared by mum Kate, who once revealed how they love making homemade pizza. "I've done that with George and Charlotte – making pizza dough. They love it because they can get their hands messy," she said.
Speaking about cooking with her children, Kate added, “I really enjoy it,” and explained how she thinks it teaches her kids to be “creative” and will prepare them to be “as independent as possible.”
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis joined Lambrook school in September, after the family moved from Kensington Palace in London to Windsor.
Kate and William relocated their family to Adelaide Cottage in August, ahead of the school year, in order to give their children more space and a more 'normal' upbringing.
Some reports suggest that William and Kate’s ‘imprisoned’ lifestyle at Kensington Palace may have inspired their Windsor move, while others have reported that the move was simply so the royal couple can spend more time with their children.
While the family have settled into Adelaide Cottage, royal insiders say that they will eventually move into the 1000-year-old Windsor Castle.
Reports say there is a “radical drive to overhaul the vast royal estate,” which includes moving the Prince and Princess of Wales into Windsor Castle. The Daily Mail said that “King Charles’s wide-ranging plans include turning Balmoral into a museum to the Queen and moving the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge into Windsor Castle.”
Robyn is a celebrity and entertainment journalist and editor with over eight years experience in the industry. As well as contributing regular to woman&home, she also often writes for Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly and The Sun.
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