United Kingdom’s decision to go on lockdown for the third time has many consequences. Over the holidays, the UK was also in lockdown, and with the rising number of cases, it is unlikely that the lift will be soon.

Royals Prince William and Kate Middleton have also been affected by the lockdown. Before the government announced its plans to go on full lockdown during the holidays, the royal couple opted to spend their solitude in country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

Although it was reported that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were to return to their official London residence in Kensington Palace, it is now unlikely that they will.

They are, reportedly, going to continue to spend the third lockdown in Norfolk away from the city and decidedly chose to homeschool their three children, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2.

Last year the couple was forced to do homeschooling as well. During the first lockdown in the UK, the couple still spent it in Norfolk.

Despite the couple’s decision to live in Anmer Hall and not in the center in London, they have promised to continue working as senior royals and to help the country through the next stage of crisis.

"Plans are already in place to reach out to a range of charities and businesses, and fortunately, they are well versed in the world of video calls now,” a royal source shared to Mirror UK.

The decision to pull out the Cambridge children from face to face classes from Battersea this week despite news of many children going back to school has also been followed by many parents around the country.

According to reports, the youngest Cambridge, Prince Louis, was supposed to start Nursery school this month, but fans will have to wait to get a glimpse of the royal tot as he is also homeschooled.

There are fears over rumors that Prince William and Kate Middleton will abandon their London home situated in Kensington Palace.

The continued lockdowns have seen the Cambridge family spend a majority of the past year in Anmer Hall, which fortunately did not affect their image as royal members.

They returned to Kensington mid-year but only for a short time where Prince William and Kate completed face to face appearances. Their children also made their first red carpet appearance over the months they were based in London.