“To the horror of the children.” Kate Middleton said that she became a hairdresser during the lockdown

Kate Middleton spoke about the skills she gained during the pandemic (Photo: Jeremy Selwyn / Pool via REUTERS)

The mother of three, the Duchess of Cambridge, discussed with other parents the family difficulties that arose during the pandemic.

Prince William and Kate Middleton with their children, like other Britons, faced severe restrictions in 2020 and early 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and due to the tough lockdown announced in January in the UK, all official meetings with members of the royal family are held in the format of online conferences.

So, during a recent meeting, Kate Middleton talked with other parents and talked about the skills that she, as a mother, had to master during the lockdown. Moreover, they have three children in their family – seven-year-old Prince George, five-year-old Princess Charlotte, and two-year-old Prince Louis. And they are not very enthusiastic about her new skills, People quoted her as saying.

“ As parents, we all have day-to-day responsibilities, but during the isolation, we all had to learn additional skills that other people would normally help us with,” she said. “I became a hairdresser, much to my children “.

“ We had to become teachers. Personally, I feel overwhelmed. “

Also, the Duchess joked that if she was given grades in mathematics, she would definitely be slapped ” minus 5″.

Kate Middleton especially noted her husband, Prince William, who provides her immense support during the lockdown. And with Prince George and Princess Charlotte now homeschooling online, Queen Elizabeth has provided Kate Middleton and Prince William with an office at Sandringham Castle, just a few miles from Amner Hall, where the Prince’s family is holding a lockdown. The queen herself and her husband, Prince Philip, now live in Windsor Castle.