Kate Middleton admits she’s found parenting ‘exhausting’ during lockdown as she gives children DIY haircuts

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Kate Middleton revealed she has been giving her children haircuts during lockdown – and they are horrified by it.

The Duchess of Cambridge took part in a video chat with mums, dads and teachers discussing mental health.

She hailed husband Prince William for being her “biggest support” during the restrictions.

But Kate scored herself a minus five for her maths teaching and the children don't seem to rate her scissor skills, either.

She has been taking good care of George, seven, Charlotte, five, and two year old Louis during the pandemic and doing everything she can to with their homeschooling.

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Kate, 39, interacted with head Melissa Loosemore and parents from Roe Green Junior School in Brent, north London.

She was asked about her experiences during the third lockdown.

The Duchess revealed: “You have the day-to-day elements of being a parent but in lockdown we have had to take on additional roles that others in our communities would have supported us with.

“I feel pulled in so many directions. You try your best with everything but I do feel exhausted.”

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"I've become a hairdresser this lockdown, much to my children's horror, seeing mum cutting hair."

Kate was then asked to write down a word that describes experiences of looking after their three children.

She held up a piece of paper that simply read: “Exhausting.”

Kate urged others to “reach out to loved ones and friends” to help deal with their mental health.

"Being able to share your own experience with others who are going through the same thing makes it feel less daunting and makes you feel less isolated," she said.

"So it's really important to reach out to loved ones and friends."

In another exercise during the online chat, all the parents were asked to write down who had been their support to them.

Kate held aloft a tribute to her husband with the word 'William'.

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