Left to confine themselves to their country house in Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, Prince William and Kate Middleton have resumed video conferences. During a video call with caregivers, relayed on the Kensington Palace Instagram account on January 15, 2021, Internet users were able to see the adorable portrait of George (7 years old) which adorns the Cambridge living room.
The Duke and Duchess discussed the Just ‘B’ helpline, which offers caregivers free and confidential moral support every day. An initiative supported by the Royal Foundation since the summer of 2020, as part of its efforts against the coronavirus pandemic. As with each of their videoconferences, the setting around Prince William and Kate Middleton was chosen with care. While several family photos were on display during their video calls made during their fall at Kensington Palace, only a framed photo was visible on Friday: a personal photo of Prince George of Cambridge.
In this snapshot which was unveiled to the public in July 2019, on the occasion of his sixth birthday, Charlotte and Louis’ big brother (5 and 2 years old) appears all smiles, lying in the grass, wearing a football shirt of the English national team. A pretty portrait all the more intimate since it was made by Kate Middleton. For several years now, the Duchess has been honing her talents as an amateur photographer by regularly immortalizing her children.