Prince William, Kate teach George and Charlotte the importance of giving back
Prince William and Kate are make sure their children understand the importance of giving back to their community, too. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took the time to speak to their two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, about the efforts of UK frontline workers in particular.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five “aware of the efforts of doctors and nurses during the pandemic, the importance of their work and the fact that they are risking their lives to help others,” said a royal source. Us weekly.
While two-year-old Prince Louis is still a little young to figure out everything that is going on, Prince William and Kate are also making sure to teach their children their own “charitable efforts” and “the importance of giving back”, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
George and Charlotte are already hoping to get involved in Prince William and Kate’s charitable work, although the Duke and Duchess “mostly prefer to keep children out of the spotlight.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make make sure their children contribute, and in May, they spent an afternoon with George, Charlotte and Louis packing and delivering batches of homemade pasta (which they made themselves in their Anmer Hall home during quarantine) with food packages to at-risk and vulnerable people living around Sandringham, Norfolk.
Prince William and Kate have continued to support emergency responders and frontline workers throughout the pandemic. Over the summer, Prince William and Kate created a new philanthropic fund of over $ 2 million to help frontline workers across the UK and help with mental health amid the COVID-19 crisis , and last month the Cambridges made a video appearance at the Pride of Britain Awards, in which they toured St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and presented frontline NHS workers with a special recognition award.