Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have been keeping in touch with their great-grandmother, the Queen, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The British Royal Family, like most of the world is in self-isolation separately at the moment. With the Queen and Prince Philip at Windsor Castle and the Cambridge family at Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate, they are using technology to stay connected.
The Cambridge Children Are Sending The Queen "Chatty Videos"
At 93 years old, Queen Elizabeth is quite technologically savvy! She has been using the phone and video calls to speak with her great-grandchildren. "Kate Middleton ensures that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis speak to the Queen, known as ‘Gan Gan’ and Prince Philip as often as possible," a royal insider revealed to the Sun.
"The older two talk on the telephone or send chatty videos to Windsor," they said referring to George and Charlotte. The children are also keeping in touch with their grandfather, Prince Charles, who is currently at Birkhall in Scotland with his wife, Duchess Camilla of Cornwall.
George, Charlotte and Louis Sent Get Well Cards To Prince Charles
The Cambridge children sent some handmade get well cards to the Prince of Wales, who just recovered from the coronavirus. The kids also reportedly chat to Charles quite often as well, when he isn't busy working of course.
"They do like to chat away to Grandpa Charles and get lots of very helpful tips from him on animals and flowers, and speak to him about lambs, squirrels, [and] highland cattle," the source revealed.
The children also would have watched the Queen give her television broadcast on Sunday addressing the nation and the Commonwealth during these trying times. George, Charlotte and Louis are also doing their part to help boost morale during the COVID-19 pandemic, which mirrors the work that Elizabeth and Margaret did as children during WWII.
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