Although confined at their country home in Norfolk, prince William and Kate Middleton have remained particularly active in recent weeks. While multiplying the number of video conferences with various organizations they support, the duke and duchess of Cambridge have made several trips to the good cause. They have even been able to count on the presence of their elders, prince George and the princess Charlotte, aged respectively 6 and 5 years old.

On Instagram this June 6, 2020, the Kensington palace has unveiled a cliché unprecedented on which the prince William appears from the back, and alongside her two older children. “As we approach the end of #VolunteersWeek [week tribute to the volunteers, ED.], the duke and duchess of Cambridge are delighted to share a new photo taken by the duchess while they played their own role in the national effort to volunteer, there were specified. In April, the duke, the duchess and their family have visited the area of Sandringham [where is their home of Anmer Hall, ED], where they have packed and delivered food parcels to pensioners isolated in the region.”

In the photo, prince William protects her children from the rain, while his eldest son George walks around hands in pockets. It is the little Charlotte who had it in charge to deliver the parcel, adorable in her little plaid dress. This mission of charity in the family is not a surprise. On the occasion of the 5 years of the princess Charlotte, celebrated on 2 may, the palace of Kensington was already unveiled several photos of Kate Middleton taken during this outing. For several years now, that the duchess has fine-tunes her talents as an amateur photographer, taking her three children – even if the young Louis were absent this time – for models stars.