Along with being the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince William and Kate Middleton have got some challenging responsibilities when it comes to nurturing their three growing children at Kensington Palace. The future King and the Queen in waiting for the throne have diligently rendered all their duties and are still continuing. The two have strictly adhered to all the Palace protocols in their journey to serve the monarchy. Surprisingly, they also make their kids follow somewhat the same.
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The three royal children, one of whom is also an heir to the throne, have a strict set of rules and regulations to follow. Although, with the entire world watching you at all times, this does not come as a surprise. With Prince George having to learn the palace’s way to follow his father, the children are quite accustomed to the stringent policies of the family.
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It goes without saying that Prince William and Kate Middleton are extremely free and easygoing with their kids. The children are always encouraged to have constant conversations with their parents be it anything they wish to talk about. However, the “communication is paused when voices are raised,” reveals a palace insider to The Sun.
The source also informed that shouting in a royal household is “absolutely ‘off limits’ for the children.” Nonetheless, any hint of shouting at each other is dealt with by removal. Anytime the parents feel that the kids are throwing a tantrum, they are taken away from the public space and are talked calmly about the said matter. “Things are explained with consequences aligned,” revealed the insider.
Kate Middleton and Prince William have a chat sofa to address tantrums
Their parenting techniques involve another interesting method to encourage the children to keep things as transparent as they can. To accomplish the same, the Prince and Princess of Wales get them on a “chat sofa” which is a specified place in the Royal household to have honest, and heart-to-heart open conversations.
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