Prince William and Kate Middleton are taking a break from their royal duties to spend the summer holidays with their three children.
The children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, attend Lambrook School in Berkshire, which is close to the family's home in Windsor. The royal family recently took a trip to the Royal International Air Tattoo Show in Fairford, Gloucestershire, as an end-of-term treat.
The family often spends time at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, which was gifted to them by the late Queen Elizabeth II. The ten-bedroom property is close to the Sandringham estate and is a popular spot for the family to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
Prince William and Kate Middleton spend as much time as they can at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall. It is a peaceful place where their children can enjoy the outdoors.
Prince George, the eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, takes on a surprising chore at Anmer Hall. During a visit to a local goat farm in Wales, Kate revealed that George's job at half term is to move feed.
This chore is not as glamorous as some of the other royal duties that George may one day undertake, but it is a valuable lesson in responsibility and hard work. It is also a way for George to connect with nature and learn about the importance of agriculture.
The fact that George is willing to take on this kind of chore shows that he is a down-to-earth and hardworking young man. He is sure to be a valuable asset to the royal family in the years to come.
Prince William has previously spoken about getting his three children involved in farming around their country home. He told elementary school teacher Rhian Roberts, whose family runs a dairy farm, that the kids helped deliver lambs during their time off from school.
William said that Charlotte was initially hesitant to help, but George was eager to get involved. Louis, meanwhile, loved the tractors.
It is clear that the young royals share their parents' love of the countryside. They volunteered with a local Scout group in Slough during the Big Help Out over the coronation weekend in May.