Kate Middleton’s son would have THESE chores during his school holidays


Prince William and Kate Middleton raise their three children to be as normal as possible even though their eldest, Prince George, is the future king of Brittany. According to reports, one of the ways Prince William and Middleton raise their children normally is by giving them household chores during their school holidays.

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Prince George does chores during his school holidays

A source said Mirror United Kingdom that Prince George has the most chores around the house because he’s the oldest. But he is not in charge of folding clothes or doing the dishes. Instead, he is the one who moves animal feed on the Sandringham estate.

Middleton made the surprise revelation during his conversation with a silage sweeper robot in one of the barns in Wales. The man told the Duchess of Cambridge the silage sweeper robot could be used to move animal feed, and Middleton said Prince George was tasked with doing so during his mid-term break.

Prince William, on the other hand, also shared that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis helped him and Prince Charles turn the Sandringham estate farm into an all-organic operation.

“We are also trying agroforestry,” Prince William said (via Marie Claire).

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Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis know how to make homemade pizza

Three years ago, there were also reports claiming that Prince William and Middleton had trained Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Luis to do fun activities at home.

For example, Middleton taught his three children to cook their own food and make homemade pizza. Matthew Kleiner-Mann, chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust, also shared his conversation with Middleton at a previous royal engagement.

“She was telling us how much her children love to cook and how they cook for her. They made cheese pasta the other day. We mix the flour, we put the milk and the butter. And they make salads and stuff,” he said (via Checklist).

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Prince William and Kate Middleton do some chores around the house

According to reports, Prince William and Middleton also do chores at home. And that may be one of the reasons why they also entrust their children with household chores.

The Duchess of Cambridge has a penchant for cooking. She also does her own grocery shopping and cooks for her family even though she has a household help.

Early in her marriage to Prince William, a source revealed that Middleton found the omnipresence of a house full of staff members quite stressful.

Prince William, meanwhile, has also tried his hand at cooking. But he has previously admitted he’s not very good at it. And it looks like he inherited that trait from his late mother, Princess Diana.

After all, former royal chef Darren McGrady has revealed that the Princess of Wales sucks in the kitchen. On one occasion, the late royal nearly burned down the palace.

“The spaghetti overflowed and it put out the pilot light… She could smell the gas. On Monday morning, she came into the kitchen and said, ‘Darren, you’re not going to believe I almost set the whole palace on fire, but you know the best? I had 12 beautiful firefighters all to myself,” McGrady said.

When his children were much younger, Prince William changed the nappies of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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