Prince George and Princess Charlotte are members of the British royal family, but they will not perform their royal duties for many years. In fact, Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton were especially careful to protect their children from the press and the spotlight.
Although the little princes and little princess enjoy their childhood, they do not necessarily imprison the Dukes and the Duchess of Cambridge at Kensington Palace. The past weekend – the little ones spent time with the cousins - the Tindalls.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte hang out with their cousins over the weekend
While patiently awaiting the arrival of their cousin ̵
We have not seen the entire Cambridge clan together since the Christmas holidays when they posted their Family Christmas Card on Instagram. The Daily Mail, however, was able to capture some delightful snapshots of Prince William with Tindall's daughter Mia on his shoulders, Duchess Kate Middleton with Charlotte on her shoulders, and Prince George on Mike Tindall's shoulders. It looks like Prince Louis has not been enough for this special family outing, so he stayed home.
For example, Prince George and Princess Charlotte usually spend their weekends.
The little royals are still too young to attend numerous royal events, so they spend their weekends outside. The royal blogger Netty Royal has often seen her playing. They wrote, "If you walk through Kensington Gardens before you leave, you will see the nanny with all three children." They added that Princess Charlotte and Prince George were resting on their motorcycles while Prince Louis of Nanny Maria was pushed into his stroller ,
Why is it so important for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to spend time outdoors?
Despite their busy work schedules, the Dukes and Duchesses of Cambridge are truly magnificent parents. You can see Princess Charlotte and Prince George playing football in the gardens, and the royal siblings were also seen running and shooting spiders at Kensington Palace Gardens. The gardens are an intimate, tranquil and secluded oasis that is open to the public. These include a sunken garden with rotating floral decorations in spring and summer, a vaulted tree of red-branched limbs, the Cradle Walk, and some formal gardens.
Kate Middleton and Prince William do not allow their kids to have tablets or pills iPads – so it's paramount for the Cambridge family to spend time out in the fresh air.
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