So much for the royal treatment!
In remarks that resurfaced this week, Kate Middleton revealed that she expects her children to do chores — especially during school breaks.
While visiting a goat farm in Wales last year, Middleton shared Prince George’s chore after Prince William pointed out a robot silage sweeper.
“That was George’s job at half term — moving feed,” said Middleton, 41, according to The Mirror. George is now 9.
Prince William, 40, added that their three children were learning how to get involved on the farm at their Sandringham Estate.
“We are trying some agroforestry as well,” William said, according to the outlet.
The Post reached out to reps at Kensington Palace for comment.
The couple, who married in 2011, also share Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.
In addition to having them do chores, Middleton is also quite traditional in another aspect of parenting. She makes cakes for each of her kids’ birthdays.
“I love making the cake,” she admitted during the 2019 BBC Christmas special “A Berry Royal Christmas,” where she teamed up with expert baker Mary Berry to prepare festive foods for charity workers.
“It’s become a bit of a tradition that I stay up until midnight with ridiculous amounts of cake mix and icing and I make far too much,” Middleton said at the time. “But I love it.”
Less conventional was the kids’ roles in King Charles III’s May 6 coronation at Westminster Abbey.
The grand event marked the official transfer of power to the monarch after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September.
She was 96, having reigned for 70 years.
During the coronation festivities, Prince George played the role of page of honour, ensuring his grandfather didn’t trip over his long robes while walking down the church aisle.
He also bore a small sword to protect the king.
The young prince is second in line for the throne, behind William.
Shortly after the coronation, the royal children accompanied their parents to volunteer as part of “The Big Help Out” initiative.
They toasted s’mores, painted, and worked outside — it was Prince Louis’ first official royal engagement.