There are three cardinal rules. How Kate Middleton raises her children
An informant close to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, told us how Prince William's wife is raising her three children, George, 11, Charlotte, 8, and Louis, 5. It turned out that the representative of the Windsor dynasty has three main rules that she follows every day.
According to the source, the Duchess devotes almost all her time to the heirs, despite her royal obligations. People magazine reported on the most important aspects of raising princes and princesses (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
Kate Middleton encourages children to spend more time outdoors rather than in the hot walls of the palace. According to the informant, neither rain nor cold affects the games in the yard.
In one of the British podcasts, the mother of three noted that her favorite hours are "outside the city, when everyone is dirty."
The dukes constantly go on outdoor activities with their kids, walk together near the castle, and just talk while sitting in the living room.
In one of the couple's videos, which was published on the 10th anniversary of their wedding , the royals revealed a piece of their family life. The footage shows parents and children walking along a sandy beach, climbing trees and roasting marshmallows over an open fire.
Participate in all aspects of children's lives
According to an insider, Markle is involved in both the morning disputes between the children about music at the table and during school. The couple tries not to ignore the everyday problems of George, Charlotte and Louis so that they can have a normal family life.
"Kate likes to lead a normal life," the report said.
Briefly about the star:
Kate Middleton is the 42-year-old wife of the Duke of Cambridge, William. She is originally from Reading (UK). After marrying Prince William, she received the title of Duchess of Cambridge. She has three children - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.