Although Prince william and Kate Middleton are members of the royal family who live in historic palaces surrounded by priceless works of art and immaculate furniture, they are also just a family raising three children, even if these children are little princes and a princess. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were quarantine in their country house in Sandringham, Anmer Hall, with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, and they have helped with distance learning and ensure that their children follow a regular schedule.
Prince William and Kate are strict on screen time and make sure the three little Cambridges spending a lot of time outdoors. They are also careful to discipline their children and make sure they never scream or scream.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge don’t like to use the ‘bad guy’, which those of us based in the US call a ‘time out’. Instead, they use the “chat couch”, according to the Sun, in which the child who needs a bit of discussion or discipline is removed from the “scene of the argument or disturbance and is spoken calmly by Kate or William”. They work with their longtime Norland nanny, Maria Borrallo, when it comes to disciplining their children, and are “good at listening to children but firm.”
Prince William and Kate, along with their nanny, are “strict with children but have this magical ability not to be” and they “work fiercely hard to raise their children and make them look relaxed and happy for the three of us. them. ”Kate is apparently a bit stricter than her husband, however.
The Cambridges’ cat-couch style definitely works; children always behave perfectly whenever the family has visitors to the house, according to the Sun, and never have tantrums.
All of Cambridge’s children are generally in their best behavior at royal events, including at Trooping the Color, as well as the many royal weddings for which Prince George and Princess Charlotte have performed page boy and maid duties. of honor.
Of course, little royals always have their moments – they’re, after all, just kids, which means they sometimes flaunt their most playful sides, like when Princess Charlotte stuck her tongue out at her. fans and journalists at the King’s Cup regatta last year. , and Prince George’s little temper tantrums when it comes to flying, because even the future king of England is overwhelmed by helicopters.