Coronavirus: how to live the quarantine Kate and William
Usually Kate Middleton and Prince William are very reserved about their private lives. At this particular time have decided to tell it like they are living the quarantine, between fears and hopes as all. In a long interview to the BBC about the pandemic, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, linked to Anmer Hall, have told of their days during the lockdown. Among the tasks of the children, the sweets and the giardinaggi, for the two young people with real mental well-being seems to be the most important thing is to not get caught up in the depression.
In the live chat with BBC Breakfast, the royal couple has underlined the importance of talk about anxieties and fears in this moment, so particular, and not to hide anything, not even the children. Apparently, the winning formula of the Dukes of Cambridge for not surrendering to the depression during the lockdown is only one: to talk about and focus on their own psychological well-being. The Dukes are always on the front line in the social cause of mental health with the initiative, Every Mind Matters.
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During the interview, Prince William has confessed that he was very sorry for his father when he also tested positive for the coronavirus. Also in this interview, William has thanked the volunteers and the medical staff for the ” extraordinary work” that they are doing: “I Think that the way in which all appreciate and see the workers in the front line will change for ever and this is one of the main positive aspects of this situation.”The Carlo's eldest son, has inaugurated a new wing of the hospital, the Nightingale Birmingham, which has been dedicated to patients Covid, a few weeks ago. The opening in which William participated in the live stream from the parlor of his home, in a jacket and tie, as befits a formal occasion.
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The profile Instagram William and Kate @kensingtonroyal is very active at the moment, between chat with the associations presided over by the Dukes and commercials on how to behave during the pandemic; they also spoke of their three children, George, Charlotte and the little Louis, as it seems very bright: “it Is a challenge to do school at home with the kids,” she said, laughing, the Duchess of Cambridge. “We held a program rather than hard-even during the Easter holidays, he continued, speaking of homework – but we also did fun things”.
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In this time of self-isolation, the young royals are making the most of family time, and also hiding the chocolate easter eggs in every corner of the house... And William says that all the real getting used to talk via video calls without interrupting the call in half (also thanks to the hand of the children, who always want to press the red button...)
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