We know that Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been home-schooled by their parents during the coronavirus pandemic, but mum Kate Middleton probably didn't need to work too hard on their handwriting, since it was looking great on a picture posted by a fan months ago.
A royal Instagram account, Kate's Royal Closet, recently revealed that the family visited Mable’s Paint Pot, a pottery painting shop in Burnham Market, Norfolk. However, it's not the first time they've been to the shop - and they left evidence to prove it.
Instagram user @charlotte__chambers shared a photo back in March (pre-lockdown) of two handprints on a wall in the store, signed 'George' and 'Charlotte'. The post was captioned: "Spent the afternoon pottery painting – so much fun! Kate Middleton, Prince George, Charlotte & Louis were also here on Saturday!"
Note Princess Charlotte's backwards '2' - so sweet!
Followers also think the handwriting proves that Charlotte is left-handed, because of the way it slopes. However, the hand print on the wall was done using her right hand, so we can't be sure.
Princess Charlotte and big brother George are likely to be heading back to school in September after months of being home - and fingers crossed they'll adapt to their new schedule quickly.
Speaking about their time at home during the pandemic on a video call interview, Kate admitted: "It’s been ups and downs, probably like lots of families self-isolating.
"We’ve kept to a pretty strict routine here at home. That’s massively helped us all actually," said Kate, before husband William sarcastically chimed in: "Yeah, home schooling’s fun…"
Bet they can't wait for a repreive!
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