Prince William is just like the rest of us
Prince William is getting real about what all parents are feeling during the novel Coronavirus. Due to lockdowns all across the globe, parents everywhere are forced to homeschool their children, and just like the average Joe, Prince William is worried whether or not he's doing enough!
During a Zoom call for the BBC documentary Football, Prince William, and Mental Health, Prince William gets real about his new role as teacher.
Being sarcastic, he calls the new endeavour "fun" and then goes on to share more seriously his worries about his knowledge of the content.
"You start to worry about how little you remember from your school days when you can't do the maths questions at home," he shared.
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Although the children's school is closed for the week for their mid-summer break, it is likely that they will be homeschooled by their royal parents in Anmer Hall, where they have been isolating.
Prince William also went on to talk about the fun times with his three children, and how it hasn't just been all work and no play.
Prince William can be seen in the stands at a soccer match - which was set up to raise money to benefit mental health awareness and well-being in men - cheering on the team with his son George.
Despite his team not winning, William shared that George was excited enough for the two of them.
"I wasn’t celebrating — that was the problem. I was sat with all the Norwich fans," the prince said. "So George was doing my bit of celebrating for me."
The BBC program, Football, Prince William, and Mental Health, is available on the BBC iplayer.