Kate Middleton gives Prince George chores during his school holidays


Kate Middleton could raise a future king, but that doesn’t mean her son, Prince George, doesn’t have responsibilities in the household.

According to a recent Mirror United Kingdom report, the Duchess of Cambridge gives 8-year-old George chores to do while he’s at home during school holidays. When you hear the word chore, you might think of folding laundry or dusting shelves, but George’s chores are a bit more out of the ordinary.

During a visit to a goat farm in Wales with Prince William, Kate explained how George was responsible for moving animal feed on the Sandringham estate. Members of the Royal Family sometimes live in the Anmer Hall Norfolk house on the property.

Kate mentioned her son’s responsibility after the Duke of Cambridge spotted a silage sweeper robot in one of the barns in Wales and reported it to a farmer. The farmer explained that it could also be used to move food. Kate replied, “That was George’s job halfway through – moving the flow.”

William added that his children – George, Charlotte and Louis – are involved in the farm at the Sandringham estate, where his father, Prince Charles, worked to turn it into an all-organic operation. “We are also trying agroforestry,” he explained.

George returns to school in September. Until then, he will probably continue to attend to his chores like other children his age.


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