AceShowbiz - Despite their busy schedules, Prince William and Kate Middleton are putting their children first. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to take a break from their royal duties in the coming week to spend some quality time with their three young children.
The royal couple will slow down their royal schedules to match the half-term break calendar of their two oldest children. 6-year-old Prince George and 4-year-old Princess Charlotte, who attend the Thomas's school in Battersea, West London, will have days-off from school starting Monday, February 17 until Friday, February 21.
It is still unclear what William and Kate have planned for the school break. The pair and their children have often spent the holidays at their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk. They had also enjoyed skiing in the French Alps. Back in 2016, the couple brought then-2-year-old George and ten-month-old Charlotte for such vacation during the February half-term.
William and Kate have been quite busy the last few weeks. Earlier this February, they visited the south Wales resort of Mumbles where they stopped by a lifeboat station, a school and an ice-cream parlor. At the time, he rocked a black suit jacket, light blue shirt with green sweater and dark pants. Meanwhile, she wore a red Zara dress which covered by a navy coat with a red and white scarf.
During their visit, Kate talked to some parents about her "5 Big Questions on the Under Fives" that run from January 21 to February 21. The survey aimed "to spark the biggest ever conversation on early childhood that will ultimately help bring about positive, lasting change for generations to come."
William, on the other hand, seemed to have fun when he tried ice cream at a local gelato shop. Enjoying a vanilla cone with chocolate sprinkles, he was asked if his three children like the sweet treat. To which, he exclaimed, "They do, some more than others!"