Even for royalty, raising children is a difficult task. It’s understandable that children misbehave from time to time, and they may require additional guidance from their caregivers to help them return to the right path, whether it’s advice from a teacher, a helping hand from a babysitter, or words of encouragement from their own parents. Furthermore, youngsters with siblings are going to have fights from time to time.
On some days, even Prince William and Kate Middleton had to work hard to keep their three children from fighting. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have three gorgeous children: Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4 years old. Despite the fact that all children are heirs to the kingdom, they do not always behave like respectable princes and princesses.
In fact, the gang is renowned for getting into minor quarrels now and then. This is the age when youngsters begin to understand the world around them and want to express their thoughts, even if they differ from their siblings.
Although there have been some difficult times, William and Kate have worked hard to instill strong parenting practices in their children in order to develop them to be the greatest possible versions of themselves. The Cambridge parents appear to have some helpful ideas for struggling parents, from finding inventive ways to discourage their kids from fighting to reprimanding them respectfully in public. Continue reading to learn more about William and Kate’s three gorgeous children.
Kate is “extremely keen on manners,” according to a royal insider, especially table etiquette, thank you letters, and other such courtesies. According to Us Weekly, William and Kate have a “strict but fair” parenting approach, and despite the fact that George will one day be king, they do not spoil or coddle him.
According to the insider, “The royal family is known for their “stiff upper lip,” but William and Kate are taking a more modern approach to parenting and moving away from that mentality. For them, open communication is essential. … (However, they) establish boundaries and follow rules.”
When you see the Cambridge family’s interactions, it’s clear that William and Kate genuinely love and care for their children. This is particularly evident in their upbeat body language.
Patti Wood, who has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Body Language and Nonverbal Communication, has previously studied the royal family, and she spoke with Insider in June 2019 about her findings. She began by stating that over the years, William and Kate have shown great body language, from displaying relaxation around one another to smiling cheerfully with one another. They have demonstrated that they are “obviously confident and relaxed in the relationship” at times.
In a January 2018 interview with Good Housekeeping, body language expert Blanca Cobb discussed how the couple’s body language demonstrated that they are the family’s backbone. “Overall, their alert body language suggests that they are aware of their children’s emotional demands,” she said.
Kate talked about some of her favorite and most difficult moments as a mother of three back in November 2020. According to Cosmopolitan, Kate organized a survey called 5 Big Questions to learn more about how a child’s early years affect the rest of their lives.
Regardless of how many tools parents have, their children are likely to act out at some point. For example, due to his entertaining antics at Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee in early June 2022, Kate’s youngest kid, Louis, became the talk of the town.
Louis’ expression showed a wide range of emotions during the pageant, from boredom and disinterest to cheeky teasing with his mother. Kate and Louis had a brief spat while seated next to one other, with the kid grabbing his mother by the chin before placing his palm over her mouth to silence her! He then proceeded to stick his tongue out at her and make a variety of other amusing faces at her.
While raising two little princes and one princess isn’t always easy, Kate and William clearly take it in stride and with a great deal of affection.