Kate Middleton is getting candid about what makes Prince George “upset” while homeschooling. 

On Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge made an appearance on British TV show This Morning to discuss her latest project: Hold Still, a photography initiative aiming to capture the feelings of everyone across the United Kingdom amid the current coronavirus pandemic.

During the interview, the 38-year-old royal opened up about how her family is managing during these “unprecedented times,” specifically the challenges of homeschooling Prince George and Princess Charlotte. 

“George gets very upset because he wants to do all of Charlotte's projects…making sort of spider sandwiches is far cooler than literacy work,” Middleton said. Literacy work for a 6-year-old? Yeah, that definitely does not sound as enticing as a spider sandwich (whatever that is).  

It was announced in March that the couple’s eldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte (4) are experiencing remote learning from their elementary school Thomas’s Battersea (Prince Louis isn’t of school-age yet). Luckily, it seems like the institution is helping in any way it can. “The schools have been great in supporting them as well, so…no, hard times but we've got the support out there I think,” she continued. 

In Prince William’s words, “Yeah, homeschooling’s fun.” We bet.  

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