Having well-behaved children is one of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s priorities! As the characters of George (8), Charlotte (6) and Louis (3) begin to develop, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are keen to ensure that they have as normal an education as possible and that ‘they respect each other. While the couple’s three children have a nanny, Kate Middleton and Prince William spend a lot of time with them and regularly take them to school themselves. If in some pictures, we can see that they do many family activities, such as gardening or baking, George, Charlotte and Louis know that they have to keep up with each other! Indeed, their parents can be strict when they need it.
In the Sun columns, a source said: “Shouting is strictly forbidden for children and even the slightest argument between them is punished.” Rather than sending them to their rooms, Kate Middleton and Prince William prefer to discuss the silliness committed directly. “The rowdy child is taken away from the scene of the argument or the disturbance and talks calmly to Kate or William,” she assured. If George, Charlotte, and Louis aren’t allowed to scream, their parents do the same with them and never yell at them, even if they’ve done something stupid. When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge work, it is Maria Borrallo, their nanny, who keeps order. Indeed, the latter must be very strict with the children in her care.
George, Charlotte and Louis have a strict upbringing
An expert in education methods at Norland College, Louise Heren has agreed to speak in The Sun on the education that Elizabeth II’s great-grandchildren receive. She said: “They are not allowed to do anything. Maria is aware that when they get off a plane holding their mother’s hand, smiling at the photographers, there cannot be fits of tears or whims of the Terrible Two. “
Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children © Backgrid UK