I guess it was only a matter of time before the coronavirus had an effect on Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s life. In an abundance of caution, the royal family has been making adjustments to their calendars over the past couple of days. For example, Queen Elizabeth just canceled her annual Buckingham Palace Garden parties (which is a huge bummer), and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are observing quarantine just to be safe. Following suit, George and Charlotte’s royal school, Thomas’s Battersea, is taking the same precautions to keep their students safe during the pandemic by moving their learning online—thank God.
Thomas’s Battersea has asked parents to keep their children at home because of the pandemic, and revealed that they will continue teaching students remotely through online lessons. The good news is that George and Charlotte won’t have to learn online for very long—the online lessons being on March 20, but their semester wraps up on March 26.
For the record, the school itself won’t be truly closed. Parents that are too busy to take care of their children during the day will still be able to take their kids to school. Thomas’s Battersea made a statement with the information, and wrote:
Glad the school is exercising caution during this strange time!
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