The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gave a rare interview to BBC's Tina Daheley when they appeared on BBC Breakfast on Friday morning. The royal couple wanted to highlight a new campaign for the NHS' mental health initiative Every Mind Matters, but Duchess Kate actually also revealed a little secret about their family life during the lockdown.
It turns out that the Duchess and her husband Prince William actually kept on homeschooling Prince George and Princess Charlotte during the Easter Holidays - and they feel quite guilty about it! While all other children in the UK enjoyed two weeks off from schoolwork, the royal children just kept on working.
Duchess Kate: "Don't tell the children"
During the interview with the BBC, Kate said: "Don't tell the children, we've actually kept it going through the holidays. I feel very mean." The couple also talked about their family life in times of the COVID-19 pandemic and William described homeschooling as "fun" while his wife added it was "challenging".
William and Kate are also narrating the new video for the Every Mind Matters campaign which is set to be broadcast across national TV channels and social media from Monday, April 20! Get the latest updates and more news on the royal family right HERE!