Kate Middleton shared her children’s love of the outdoors, especially with her youngest son.
The Princess of Wales discussed her children with Prince William during a visit to Wales earlier this week. Express UK.
While viewing the therapy garden at the rehabilitation center, where the princess praised the benefits of gardening and spending time outside, she revealed a sweet request that Prince Louis regularly makes after school.
She said her four-year-old Louis insists on playing in the garden every day after school. Speaking to the gardeners, the princess said: “Louis comes home and says, ‘I need to get some energy out.’
Louis is currently in his first year at Lambrock School, along with his siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
At the outlet, Louis may have even taken part in the school’s Forest Fridays, where the youngest pupils would visit the school grounds to roast hedgerows and marshmallows by the fire.
The parents of three children – George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, – pay special attention to the children’s normal life and especially being outdoors. The school the children attend has been described as “beautifully bucolic”, very pastoral and close to village life.
Royal editor Roya Nikhah said in September 2022 that the Windsor school is ideal for royal children and offers a different experience compared to London schools.
“It’s part of William and Kate’s plan for their children to go out and have a normal life,” he said.
“It’s a completely different setup. There is a lot of focus on the outdoors, with animals, a miniature golf course and free-range chickens at this school. It’s a very unique, charming school that encourages children to go outside,” Nikkhah said about the school.