International travel may be halted, but several future monarchs from around the world still found a way to chat with one another.
On April 26, royal couples from Denmark, Norway and Sweden had a Zoom call from their respective homes to talk about the pandemic, family life, work and more.
On the video call was Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and husband Crown Prince Daniel, Crown Prince Haakon and wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Prince Frederik and wife Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.
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The three families have been close for years and are often seen vacationing together, and some of them are even godparents to each other's children.
After their chat, each family posted photos and screenshots on their Instagram pages.
"In addition to updating each other on the lives of the families, Your Royal Highnesses also spoke about the work of their patronages and landmarks during this time," one of the captions read.
Their talk concluded with all of them wishing each other well, with high hopes that they can get together face-to-face one day soon.
Plenty of royal families have been utilizing Zoom during the pandemic, including Kate Middleton, who admitted to fellow parents that homeschooling her and husband Prince William's three kids — Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5 and Prince Louis, 3 — has been stressful.
"As parents you've got the day-to-day elements of being a parent, but during lockdown, we've had to take on additional roles that perhaps others around us, in our communities, or in our lives would've supported us with," she noted in January. "I've become a hairdresser this lockdown, much to my children's horror, seeing mum cutting hair."
"We've had to become a teacher — and I think, personally, I feel pulled in so many different directions and you try your best with everything, but at the end of the day, I do feel exhausted," she confessed.