They may be royals, but like everybody else the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking after their children at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
During various interviews during the lockdown, they've shared their tips on how to keep their kids happy as well as homeschooling.
Watch the video above to find out what they say.
Princess Charlotte turns five
Princess Charlotte turns five
Princess Charlotte's fifth birthday celebrated with adorable picture captured by Kate Middleton
Princess Charlotte: Royal photographed delivering food to elderly to mark fifth birthday
Princess Charlotte can be seen in a new photo delivering pasta to vulnerable people in lockdown (Getty Images)
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge Turns 5! View Cute Photos and Videos of The Little Royal Member On Her Birthday
Princess Charlotte delivers food to those in need in new birthday photos
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In Pictures: Princess Charlotte turns five
Britain's Princess Charlotte celebrates her fifth birthday
Princess Charlotte plays on a swing in the garden created by her mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, at the Chelsea Flower Show. The royals released a number of sweet photos of George, Charlotte, and Louis playing in the new space, which was designed to encourage families to spend time in nature.
Princess Charlotte is growing up so fast! Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrated their daughter's fifth birthday with a series of heartwarming photos of Charlotte doing her part to help the royals give back amid the coronavirus pandemic. Duchess Kate took the shots herself, which show her little girl packing up and delivering food packages to isolated pensioners near the family's Sandringham estate in April, according to a press release.
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She may be a royal, but first and foremost, Princess Charlotte is a toddler, and what 16-month-old doesn't love a good balloon? At a children's party for military families in Victoria, she was seen fully freaking out over a colorful balloon arch.
Princess Charlotte was a total ham up on the Buckingham Palace balcony at Trooping the Colour. She's clearly mastered her family's signature move: the royal wave.
Princess Charlotte's striking resemblance to her great-grandmother first became apparent in an official portrait of the Queen with her five great-grandchildren and two youngest grandchildren, taken in honor of Her Majesty's 90th birthday.
Kensington Palace released a series of photos taken by the Duchess of Cambridge in honor of Charlotte's first birthday. The candids marked the beginnings of the princess's reign as a style icon in her own right.
In addition to her royal duties, Duchess Kate is also a skilled photographer. Case in point, this candid portrait of Charlotte with her favorite stuffed puppy.
Something of an early Christmas gift, the palace released a series of photos in November 2015 along with the statement: "The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do."