It is now back to work for Kate Middleton.

Hello! magazine said that the future Queen Consort has returned to some of her duties and responsibilities as a senior working royal. This comes after she spent some time away with Prince William and their children for an enjoyable summer break.

It remains unclear when the Cambridge Royals returned from their annual vacation. But, Thursday marked the Duchess of Cambridge’s work comeback as she held an Early Years meeting via video link.

The magazine noted that the work and engagement with children’s early years and mental health are some of the royal’s “passions.”

It also recalled that she launched The Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood in June 2021, adding that it aims to “raise awareness of the importance of early years experiences in shaping society over the long term.”

The recent virtual engagement is reportedly only one of the official activities of Kate Middleton for the week. As stated, she is set to join the Great Britain SailGP Team in a yacht race on Sunday.

The outlet also suggested that the royal, alongside the Duke of Cambridge, will “highly likely” go to Wembley in the next few days. They are said to probably support the Lionesses in the upcoming match for the final.

It is unknown where and how the Cambridge Royals spent this year’s summer season. But, royal expert Katie Nicholl previously had some assertions about the matter.

Speaking to OK! magazine, the author claimed that Kate Middleton and Prince William would likely spend their break at Anmer Hall. As pointed out, this has been the case every year for the Cambridge Royals.

Nicholl also shared some of the things the family reportedly does at Norfolk during summer. She said, “they have always enjoyed their ‘bucket and spade’ days on the beach together and are partial to a sailing trip.”

Meanwhile, the family summer break did not come without any remarks and comments from royal experts. Amid the trip, some commentators discussed Kate Middleton and Prince William’s duties and responsibilities, seemingly comparing them to other senior working royals.

A separate report from Express UK noted that it came after an analysis of the Court Circular placed Princess Anne once again at the top of the list, resulting in her becoming, so far, this year’s most hardworking royal.

Despite the said “lack of balance in the distribution of the royal workload,” though, expert Richard Fitzwilliam explained the situation. He told the publication that even if the pair does not carry out as many engagements as the other senior working royals, their “links,” as well as their popularity and commitment, are “impactful” enough.