Charlotte helped her parents make fresh pasta which they delivered to vulnerable people near their Norfolk home.
The Duchess of Cambridge said she kept up the routine of school during the Easter holidays with her kids.
The couple released further details, some of which were "saddening."
The Duchess of Cambridge's love of the arts is well documented. She studied art history at the University of St Andrews and after marriage became patron of two of London’s most prominent artistic institutions.In recent years, the Duchess has also become a photography enthusiast, sharing personal photographs of her children on special occasions, from birthdays to first days of school.
The Duke of Cambridge wanted to familiarise his eldest two children with the layout.
Just like Prince George is always spotted wearing shorts, Princess Charlotte has also developed her very own style staple: baby doll dresses.
Four-year-old Princess Charlotte has started school at Thomas's Battersea.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s second child Princess Charlotte is set to join her brother Prince George at Thomas’s Battersea in September. Like births and weddings, a royal’s first day at school makes national news. A nervous Prince George began his education at the £19,000-a-year private school, in 2017. He was accompanied by his father William, but mum Kate was suffering with hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness) while pregnant with Prince Louis. Located just a 20 minute drive from Kensington Palace, Thomas’s Battersea teaches 560 boys and girls between the ages of four and 13. The uniform is a distinctive navy and red with a unicorn crest, while the school motto is ‘Be Kind.’ The school offers a broad curriculum with Art, Ballet, Drama, ICT, French, Music and PE all taught by specialist teachers. Before starting there, Prince George attended Westacre Montessori School when the Cambridges were living in Norfolk. He started the George-effect, when royal fans rushed to buy the quilted navy John Lewis coat he wore on his first day. Princess Charlotte started at the £3350-a-term Willcocks Nursery School, in Kensington in January 2018. Photos shared by her parents showed the young royal wearing a red double-breasted wool coat by Amaia Kids with matching buckled shoes and cable knit grey tights. Fans also clamoured to buy the pink Cath Kidston pony print backpack she wore. See the best photos of members of the Royal Family at school through the years - from Prince Charles to Prince William and Prince Harry.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a family day out with their children when they competed in the King’s Cup regatta in Cowes, on the Isle of Wight on Thursday.Kate, 37, and William, 37, went head-to-head in an eight boat race alongside celebrities, to raise funds for some of their patronages.The duchess was the skipper for the Royal Foundation, while the duke competed for Child Bereavement UK.The couple are notoriously competitive, but in the end, William had the last laugh as his team took joint third place and Kate ended up with the wooden spoon.Kate arrived at the event wearing a nautical-themed outfit - a striped Sandro top, LK Bennett trousers and her Superga trainers - before changing into her sailing gear.While the crowds cheered on the royals from the shore, they also had their very own special cheerleaders on another yacht.Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four, watched the race with their grandparents, Michael, 70, and Carole Middleton, 64.George, who appears to have lost more of his baby teeth, donned a captain’s hat at one point.Younger brother Prince Louis, one, was also reportedly in Cowes for the festival.When the race was over, the Cambridge kids joined their parents at the prize-giving ceremony.While Kate waved, daughter Charlotte got a huge roar of laughter from the crowd as she poked her tongue out. Someone’s been learning lessons from her Uncle Harry...See the best photos from the King’s Cup regatta in our gallery.