Royal revelation: The adorable way Prince George and Princess Charlotte spent half term

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PRINCE WILLIAM and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge have spent the past week with their young family for half-term, but what was the adorable way Prince George and Princess Charlotte passed the time?

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William have been spending quality time with their young family this past week as Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoyed a week off school. It was half term for the young royals, with both attending Thomas’s School in Battersea.

Now Prince William has revealed what George, six, Charlotte, four, and their younger brother Louis, one, got up to during their half-term break.

The Duke of Cambridge visited Wales on Saturday for a Six Nations rugby match, speaking to injured players and those supported by the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust.

One of those William spoke to included primary school teacher Rhian Roberts, who is one of 33 people supported by the trust.

She told William she married into a dairy farm in West Wales, and William revealed the unique way his three children had spent their half term.

Kate Middleton news: Prince William and Kate taking George and Charlotte to school

Kate Middleton news: George and Charlotte attend Thomas’s School in Battersea (Image: GETTY)

According to Hello! William said: “We’ve been lambing with the children this week.

“Charlotte wasn’t sure at first but George was straight in there.

“Louie loves the tractors. They love seeing the lambs and feeding the lambs.”

Mrs Roberts told Hello! after meeting the Duke that he was “down to earth”.

Kate Middleton news: Prince George and Princess Charlotte with Kate

Kate Middleton news: Prince William reportedly said Charlotte wasn’t sure of lambing at first (Image: GETTY)

She said: “We were talking about the land where he was and the land where we are, which is a mining area.

“He said they’ve been lambing this week up in Norfolk.

“They want the children to see the country way of life as well as the city way of life.”

William and Kate have a country home in Norfolk – Anmer Hall – where they often take their children during school holidays.

After enjoying a week off, it is straight back into royal engagements for the Cambridges with William attending Wales v France at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday.

This coming week the couple will be stepping out to attend a performance of Dear Evan Hansen at the Noël Coward Theatre in London.

The engagement on Tuesday, February 25 is in aid of The Royal Foundation, and Kate and William will meet with cast members.

Dear Evan Hansen tells the story of a young man with social anxiety disorder facing his fears in a world which triggers his anxiety.

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Kate Middleton news: Kate and William will be back attending royal engagements this coming week (Image: GETTY)

Kate Middleton news: Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been enjoying the outdoors

Kate Middleton news: George and Charlotte return to school this week (Image: GETTY)

The play has been praised for helping teenagers speak out about mental health.

The theme of the play is close to the hearts of both Kate and William who throughout their royal lives have advocated for mental health.

The Duke and Duchesses Royal Foundation has developed initiatives such as Shout UK and Heads Together.

Heads Together is a campaign which uses football as a way for sports fans to speak out about mental health.

William and Aston Villa footballer John McGinn spoke earlier this month to “kick off a conversation” on mental health.

Of why William has focused on football and mental health he told the Aston Villa midfielder: “We felt we could use the power of sport and really elevate mental health to another level, and allow people to have that conversation and allow people to understand and be educated a little bit more that it’s okay to talk, and also it’s okay to not be okay.”

Kate has also been advocating for mental health, focusing on early development and childhood. 

The Duchess pioneered the 5 Big Questions on the under-fives survey, which focuses on social experiences for young children and the impact this can have in later life.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK