The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge love sharing stories of how their children are doing with members of charities and organisations they work with, as well as with the public.
From how their three little royals are finding homeschooling to what their latest toy obsessions are, we love nothing more than a little insight into how Britain's most famous family are doing.
This week, it was all about Prince George, as the Cambridge's eldest child returned to school.
The seven-year-old returned to Thomas’s Battersea school this month, alongside his sister, something that Prince William seems to be rather relieved about.
As he recently joked: 'Every parent is breathing a sigh of relief that school has started again. Five months – it’s been wonderful, but it’s been a long five months.’
And during a recent phone conversation with one of the winners of Kate’s Hold Still photography project, Ceri Edwards, the Duchess reportedly talked about school subjects among other things, revealing that George’s main interest right now is volcanoes.
‘The Duchess was so down-to-earth and was so wonderful with Poppy, Ceri reportedly told Hello! magazine. ‘We talked about Poppy and Prince George being in the same school year and their current school topics.’
Ceri’s daughter Poppy is reportedly enjoying ‘Brazil and Beyond’, while George is fascinated by ‘The Active World – Volcanoes.’
‘The Duchess thanked us for our photograph and said how it resonated with her and the other judges and showed not only the special bond between father and daughter, but real emotion of the time.’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s Hold Still photography project will be displayed in the National Portrait Gallery.
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