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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been admired by royal fans during the coronavirus pandemic.

The couple reportedly saw lockdown as a “rare gift” because royal children are usually “unavoidably denied the privilege of prolonged time with their parents”.

Royal expert Victoria Arbiter said the period gave Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis a “privilege generations of royal youngsters have unavoidably been denied — prolonged time at home with just Mum and Dad”.

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Writing for 9Honey, she said the children would likely be the “most well-adjusted generation the royals have ever known”.

She added: “For George, Charlotte and Louis a lifetime of duty eventually awaits, but thanks to the relative normality their childhood affords, their royal calling will feel less like a prison sentence and more one to be proud of.”

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