I disagree. Itís getting very serious in the U.K. now and definitely not time for various messages or campaigns about what to do in a normal everyday life when itís likely not going to be normal for quite a while.
Potentially itís also going to be William in the lead for the BRF for a while, supporting messages from the government and that takes precedence over anything else.
With three kids at home with a changed schedule I am guessing W&K are also genuinely quite busy as most parents are right now.
Mums are crying out for resources online for ,how to educate their kids and how to keep them stimulated and happy during this time. This is a perfect opportunity for some help from the Early Years action group as itís so far out of the normal for people, itís not an extended summer holiday, itís a new reality and people need all the help they can get.
In the context, I would side eye anyone who has no certified authority and is better off than me coming to tell me what to do.
ITA. Itís a time for professionals and authorities to set guidelines. I canít quite see why Kate is blamed for not going first. Heck, there might even be things done behind scenes but in the current situation where things change from day to day, I find it odd to blame her specifically for not doing anything. If anyone should be doing something, it should start with the government.
Iím not blaming her, just saying that this is a perfect opportunity to help! The government are doing a lot, Iím actually very impressed with them, but they canít do everything. I hardly think suggesting her action group puts together a list of online rescources to help is suggesting that they step beyond their parameters or unreasonable. It would be a perfect way to spread more of their message whilst doing good in a very difficult situation.