• Prince William has always stood by the royals
  • He grieves very much for his grandmother
  • But the well-being of his three children is currently the top priority

After the Queen's death (†96), Prince William (40) wants to "keep things as normal as possible" for his children. This is reported by the Daily Mail. Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) have all undergone a number of changes in just six days. Due to the move and a change of school. A few days later they lost their great-grandmother.

Prince William and Kate want to keep their children's sense of continuity

Maintaining a sense of continuity for their children amid the big changes is important to Prince William and Kate (40). Elaine Gee, a teacher from Wokingham, spoke to the couple about the changes and how they might affect the children.

She told People magazine: "William spoke about George, Charlotte and Louis, saying that they were trying to keep some sense of continuity for them at school and keep things as normal as possible."

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Elaine said she was impressed by how the family handled this very difficult time of grief. British media are reporting that the family is expected to move to Windsor Castle but wants to postpone the move to avoid further disrupting their children's lives.

As the Telegraph reports, Prince William and Kate want to give their children time to settle into school before moving again.