Prince William and Duchess Kate’s surprising morning routine with three children revealed

Mornings can be hectic for any family, but here is the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s surprisingly typical morning routine with their three children, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4…

Breakfast time


The Cambridges have a Norland nanny


You might be surprised by the royal breakfasts served at the Cambridge home. Kate, a mother of three, served breakfast to the kids at the LEYF (London Early Years Foundation) Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-school in London in January 2020 and discussed the meals her kids preferred.

She mentioned to three of the kids that her own kids like cereal and apples in the morning, which sparked a discussion with the kids about their own favorite fruits, according to school manager Michelle Samuels, who spoke to


Morning music


Prince William and Duchess Kate are keen to do the school run


Prince William revealed that their morning routine has a constantly changing musical soundtrack for the Apple Fitness+ Time to Walk series.

“Every morning, Charlotte and George have a huge argument over which song should be played. And I now have to prioritize so that someone does this task one day and someone else does it the next. Charlotte then has her turn after George.”


Extra help


The Cambridges are very hands on


The Cambridge family has employed Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo as a live-in nanny since 2014. Maria, the Norland nanny, will assist with a variety of tasks, such as making sure the kids are wearing their uniforms or reminding them to brush their teeth.


School run


Prince George has attended Thomas’s for five years, while his younger sister has attended for three years
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Think again if you can’t picture the royals taking the kids to school! As much as possible, Prince William and Duchess Kate want to give their kids a normal life, which includes taking them to and from their London school.

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Emily Nash, a royal reporter for HELLO, explains that William and Kate try to schedule their engagements so that they can drop their kids off at school and put them to bed while on tour.

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