On Friday, Kate and William appeared on BBC Breakfast via and video call. They discussed the NHS, along with how they had been personally dealing with the coronavirus lockdown.
When asked, Kate told viewers: “It’s been ups and downs, like a lot of families self-isolating. George is much older than Louis is and things but they are aware, I’m always surprised.
“And although you don’t want to scare them and make it too overwhelming. I think it is appropriate to acknowledge it in the simple ways and age appropriate ways.”
The Duchess of Cambridge went on: “We mustn’t forget our mental well-being as well.”
A body language expert analysed the couple during another video interview.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dialled in to the children of key workers at Casterton Primary Academy, in Burnley.
Judi James gave Express.co.uk her professional view on the couple body language during the call.
She said: “Their lock-down body language signals suggest a relaxed but strongly like-minded approach and there are no signs of the kind of irritation or tetchiness with one another that a lot of couples are coping with right now.
“Kate’s pursed lips hint she might have been keeping order with William and the kids now and again but overall they look like a well-honed team.”
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The second-in-line to the throne did not seem to mind his wife taking the reigns in the charming interview.
Judi said: “William’s focused frown and his small nods suggest an air of respect as his wife speaks as well as agreement with her words.
“He swallows a couple of times to prep for his own input, but there is no interrupting or overlapping, suggesting he is now totally relaxed about the woman who has previously taken a more passive role in public taking over the lead role here.
:He also places a hand to his face a couple of times in a partial cut-off gesture with his finger over his lips to suggest he’s happy to see his wife take part control.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William: Appeared on BBC Breakfast via and video call
If anything he seems to play the funny man to her straight guy because as soon as he speaks Kate wrinkles her nose and breaks out into delighted laughter.
The Duchess has shown off her down to earth side with her style, as well as in terms of her hands on appearances.
Kate rewore a Breton stripe top for her BBC interview.
She wore the piece back in 2019 to visit the Cutty Sark in London.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were compared to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in the midst of the coronavirus virus.
Kate and William visited NHS 111 staff in May, week to show their support for the essential workers.
Meghan and Harry were criticised by fans, and one wrote: “You should be on the frontline like Wills and Kate not sitting give your snippets of sympathy for us poor peasants!!!!”
However, there was much praise for the couple also, with one fan penning: “We love you stay safe from the UK!”