Kate Middleton and Prince William have three children together.
It is known that after the couple moved from Kensington Palace to Windsor, they decided to abandon the services of a full-fledged nanny.
Now, parents spend most of their time with the kids, and the visiting assistants have become only temporary. Since sometimes Kate and William attend some events together.
Looking at the children of the Prince and Princess of Wales, Internet users are wondering what methods of education they adhere to.
And, as practice shows, Kate is very attentive to ensuring that the heirs have a comprehensive development, and they spend more time outdoors than at home with various gadgets.
At the same time, the Princess of Wales has one extremely strict rule that none of her children can violate.
Insiders found out about this the other day.
“Any kind of shouting is prohibited in the house. Kate always stops any attempts by children to raise their voices at each other,” the source said in an interview with The Sun reporters.
According to it, Kate and William try to use soft techniques so that children grow up disciplined.
“They are not sent to a room for any misconduct, but simply taken away from the place of a quarrel or conflict and calmly talk to each one individually. This is done by both Kate and William. They never raise their voice themselves,” the insider explained.
Apparently, the spouses are well aware that children largely take an example from their parents.
And the ability to resolve conflicts in a calm conversation, and not in a quarrel, is what the Prince and Princess of Wales are trying to instill in their heirs.