Kate Middleton said that while Prince George and Princess Charlotte are currently receiving their education from home, their school has given out a unique assignment!

As the Daily Express reports, on Wednesday Kate and William had a video call with residents of Mais House, an East Sussex care home, in honour of VE Day. During the call, Kate shared that all of the students at George and Charlotte's school have been challenged to learn the words to Dame Vera Lynn's song "We'll Meet Again."

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits Teagasc Research Farm in County Meath, north of Dublin on March 4, 2020.

Kate says "it's been really lovely" listening to kids learn song

Kate explained that because her children are learning the song, it's been constantly playing at home! "The school has set all the children a challenge and they're currently trying to learn the lyrics to the song We'll Meet Again... so it's been really lovely having that playing every day," she said.

She also mentioned that her oldest son George is studying a specific historical topic. "George is just starting to learn about the Second World War," she shared. "He would be really honoured to come and speak to you, so maybe another time George could have a quick chat with you to hear all your stories as well."

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Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school with her brother Prince George and her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate has shared details of her children's homeschooling before

Kate and William's video call on Wednesday wasn't the first time Kate's talked about her children's homeschooling. She previously mentioned during an interview with This Morning on Friday that Prince George envies the education Princess Charlotte is receiving. 

Kate also revealed that they've kept their children's learning going even over the Easter holiday, which she admits she feels guilty about.