The royal family is taking strict precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic. No wonder why it has just been revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will home school.

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The royal children are set to continue their academic lessons at home, after their school asked parents to keep their kids at home amid the coronavirus crisis. George and Charlotte will now make a transition into remote learning, using online sources,.

Princess Charlotte and Prince George will miss four days of school

Four-year-old Charlotte joined her brother George, six years old, at Thomas's Battersea school last year. Prince William and Duchess Catherine's children will only miss four days of class, since their semester is set to conclude on March 26.

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"Due to the increasing numbers of children and staff being absent from school due to the Coronavirus situation, Thomas’s London Day Schools have decided to move to remote learning from Friday 20 March," announced a spokesperson for Thomas's Battersea.

Thomas's London Day School will remain open until March 26

The spokesperson for Thomas's Battersea school also explained that the kids will be learning through online platforms and asked parents to assist their children through the system, which "will ensure that children have continuity of learning when they are unable to attend school."

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It was also announced that those parents who are not able to keep their children at home, for instance those who are in the medical profeesion, will have the possibility of taking them to school, which will remain open until the last day of the semester.