Prince William has revealed why he and Kate are still sending their kids to school while the country is grieving for Queen Elizabeth II.
While the nation joins the the royal family in a period of mourning following the death of Britain's longest-reigning monarch, there is a semblance of normality for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Thanks to a sweet decision made by the Prince and Princess of Wales the youngest members of their family have continued with their day to day lives.
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Her Majesty passed away on September 8 and since then her relatives have been grieving her loss, attending vigils and admiring tributes to the Queen outside the palaces.
And while this hasn't been a normal time for any of the royals, Prince William and Kate Middleton have continued to send their kids to their new school throughout the mourning period and they haven't missed their classes, reports MyLondon.
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Since the Queen's death, Kate has been pictured dressed all in black while picking the children up from Lambrook School in Berkshire, near their new home in Windsor.
A mourner who met Prince William outside Windsor on Saturday, September 10 claims the Prince of Wales told her why they decided to keep the kids in school.
Elaine Gee, a teacher from Wokingham, told People: "William spoke about George, Charlotte and Louis saying that they were trying to keep some sense of continuity for them at school and keep things as normal as possible."
George, Charlotte and Louis only started at their new school one day before the Queen's death.
The family were pictured heading towards the school on their first day, with William describing his family as "the gang" as he dropped off his three children on their first day with Kate.
The school's headmaster Jonathan Perry met the family at the entrance, stepping forward to greet them.
The Princess of Wales, who appeared to know Mr Perry and his wife well after the long process of choosing the right school, greeted them like an old friend, saying: "Nice to see you, Mr Perry!"
The youngsters told how they were "excited" to start their new school together, as they shook their headmaster's hand.
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