Prince William and Kate Middleton kids are eagerly anticipating their half-term school break.
They are set to enjoy a two-week hiatus from their studies during the first term of the school year, with their return scheduled for October 30, perfectly aligning with the Halloween holiday.
While it is customary for the family to refrain from sharing photos of the royal children returning to school, they started their academic year in September and will now experience a well-deserved break after a demanding five weeks of studies.
Their forthcoming break is expected to resemble that of their peers, filled with family bonding and leisure activities.
Notably, Prince William and Princess Kate are known for cherishing family time during school breaks.
Their family activities often include baking, cooking, and engaging in arts and crafts. However, it is the great outdoors that seems to be their favorite pastime, aligning perfectly with Kate’s own happiness when spending time outside, even if it results in getting a little dirty.
During a rare interview on the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast in February 2020, Kate expressed her utmost joy when being with her family outdoors in the countryside.
She revealed that the most precious childhood memories for her children are likely to be moments spent outdoors as a family, rather than sitting down and attempting to tackle homework.
Furthermore, the royal family has consistently demonstrated their commitment to community service.
Their participation in The Big Help Out event in May offered a glimpse of their shared family dynamic.
The Wales family volunteered at the 3rd Upton Scout Group in Slough, with Prince William coaching Prince George in using an electric screwdriver, and Princess Charlotte playfully overseeing Prince Louis as he painted blocks for planters.
In addition to instilling community values in their children, Prince William and Princess Kate have passed on their passion for sports.
The couple has brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte to watch Wimbledon matches and equipped their country home in Norfolk with a tennis court and a trampoline for their children’s enjoyment.