The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had their holiday plans interrupted this week as they return to royal duties. William and Kate jetted off for a half-term break with their children last week, and were spotted at Heathrow airport prior to their departure. William, 39, and Kate, also 39, have ensured that Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, made the most of their time off from education, as term starts again for both the eldest children on November 1. But the couple took time out of their trip to promote the launch of Bayo, a platform providing information about initiatives, communities and mental health services created by and for the Black community.
Kate and William wrote alongside their re-Tweet: “Bayo is a brilliant new initiative from The Ubele Initiative and Heads Together partners!
“@MindCharity, @YoungMindsUK and @bestbeginnings are bringing their mental health resources, communities and services for the Black community together in one place.”
The Cambridges will look to resume their quality time with the family soon before half term ends.
William and Kate have been very open about the various challenges they face as parents, including in November 2018, when the Duke opened up about a tough parenting dilemma.
Speaking during an engagement at the BBC to mark Anti-Bullying Week, William discussed his children’s internet use.
He revealed that finding a balance between quality family time and time spent online can be “quite difficult”.
William said: “We still haven’t worked out what the right balance is for online time.
“It’s quite difficult, it’s still a very fluid dynamic.
“We’re going to have that discussion with our family, how on earth are we going to police and have family time when the phones are all put down and you’re offline?
“Because we’re all so connected now that we’ve got to say for instance, ‘right, we’re eating now.'”
William continued: “This generation are going to be the first generation to grow up fully immersed in mobile phones, social media, lots of stuff.
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The Cambridges are all too familiar with the challenges of family life having raised three kids, but Kate struggled to get to grips with the “hands-on” approach with first child George, a royal expert claimed.
The couple had initially agreed to raise their children without a nanny, but Kate began to feel overwhelmed and alone, according to Vanity Fair royal correspondent Katie Nicholl.
In the True Royalty’s documentary, Kate Middleton: Heir We Go Again, Katie explained: “Kate was having a conversation with the Queen in which she confided that she had found being with George on her own, and not having a full-time nanny or a maternity nurse, very hard.
“William and Kate wanted to be hands-on parents, and they did it until September and then they recruited a nanny.”
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