Prince William and Kate Middleton use a “modern approach” to raising their three children and they especially value the importance of communication within the family.
One source claims that while the British Royal Family is known to have “hard upper lip”, they like to change the couple when it comes to parents. They want their children to speak their minds and share their emotions.
“William and Kate have a modern attitude towards their parents and they are moving away from that mentality,” the insider said. American Weekly, He added that for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, “open communication is key.”
They want siblings Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, to “express their feelings and ask questions that will enable them to grow up to be healthy adults.”
But their limits and rules are in place, so no one goes to the board. She is said to be “tough, but fair” in raising her eldest child, the third largest in the British throne. Sources claim that Prince William and Kate Middleton want to enjoy their youth and “they do not want to grow up too fast.”
He also reportedly wants Prince George to “live a normal life” before he can finally succeed his father. Thus, at school, it is not called royalty, but simply by its first name. Even a small child “mixes with children his own age.”
Similarly, it is said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge “do not give him expensive gifts nor do they spoil him.” They also encourage her to make her bed every morning. Parents have reportedly raised their children to “good behavior and disrespect for their status.”
“All children have innocent manners and always say and thank you,” Androni commented.
In addition to her parents, Duchess Carol wants her grandchildren to live a normal childhood. She wants to “grow up appreciating nature” even if she finds “a little bit of mud” in it.
Prince George recently celebrated his 8th birthday on July 22 and was presented with a number of gifts, including a football cake. He also received a surprise zoom call from his grandfather, Queen Elizabeth II.