Kate is pictured driving through Windsor as she remains behind to look after her children as the rest of the Royal Family travel to Scotland to be at Her Majesty’s side
- Duchess of Cambridge stayed at Adelaide Cottage as Wills headed to Scotland
- Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis started at new school today
- Prince William has joined Prince Charles and other royals at the Queen’s bedside
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has remained in Windsor as the immediate family head to Balmoral to be at the Queen’s bedside.
Prince William rushed to Scotland amid growing concerns for the Queen’s health but Kate has stayed at Adelaide Cottage and was spotted leaving Windsor Castle to collect the children from school this afternoon.
Today was the first day for Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, at their new £50k-a-year Lambrook School.
Yesterday the family-of-five arrived together for a ‘settling-in’ afternoon, with cheery photographs of them walking in hand-in-hand released this morning. But today it was just Kate doing the school run.
In a statement Kensington Palace said: ‘The Duchess of Cambridge has remained in Windsor as Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are on their first full day at their new school.’
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has remained in Windsor to look after her children as William rushed up to Scotland amid growing concerns for the Queen’s health
Kensington Palace said Kate has stayed at home because the children had their first full day of school today. Yesterday the family-of-five arrived together for a ‘settling-in’ afternoon (pictured) but today it will just be Catherine doing the school run
Meanwhile, the Duke of Cambridge has joined Prince Charles and other members of the immediate family at the Queen’s bedside, as doctors revealed they are ‘concerned’ for her health.
The Queen, 96, is under medical supervision – but is described as ‘comfortable’ – after her doctors examined her this morning, hours after she was asked to rest instead of attending a meeting of the Privy Council last night.
A royal spokesman said: ‘Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.’
The Queen’s children are all rushing to the residence with the Princess Royal, Princess Anne, already there after an engagement in Scotland this week.
The Duke of York and the Earl and Countess of Wessex are also on their way with one of the Royal Family’s helicopters seen landing in the grounds this lunchtime.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were scheduled to attend the WellChild Awards in London this evening but the couple have changed their plans at the 11th hour and are heading to Aberdeenshire, their spokesman confirmed, as millions of Britons and Her Majesty’s subjects around the world pray for her recovery.
Prince William rushed to Scotland amid growing concerns for the Queen’s health along with other immediate family. Pictured: a plane landing in Aberdeenshire carrying seven members of the Royal Family
Kate and William moved to the four-bedroom Adelaide Cottage in Windsor last Saturday to be closer to their children’s new school near Ascot.
The Duke and Duchess are beginning a new life in the country away from the goldfish bowl of their official London residence Kensington Palace which is being seen as a bid to put their children first and give them more freedom.
The school run to the £7,000-a-term Lambrook School in Berkshire is just nine miles, or 20 minutes, from their new home.
It is the first time the three children will all be at the same school and the trio seemed excited when they met headmaster Jonathan Perry yesterday.
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