The Christmas holidays are fast approaching and the race for gifts is on. The royal family of England is no exception to this rule. Kate Middleton is busy finding toys that will make her three children happy. But this year, the Duchess of Cambridge has given herself a rule for her Christmas presents. She wants her gifts to be “practical”, as reported by the Daily Mail, this Friday, December 3.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have also said they do not want “extravagant” gifts for their three children. No question either for the couple to offer technological objects, because he considers that George and Charlotte already spend too much time on the screens. “George loves his iPad at school. He and Charlotte are both quite tech savvy. Like most children, there are probably tech and other gadgets on their wish list,” the expert said. from the Royal Family and Vanity Fair reporter Katie Nicholl at OK! Magazine.

Encouraging the creativity of George, Charlotte and Louis

The rule is also strict with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: their children are not allowed to use the iPad at home. Kate Middleton prefers to encourage the creativity of George, Charlotte and Louis. And to do this, “they have climbing frames, swings and a pond, and each of the children is responsible for their own little patch of the vegetable patch,” said Katie Nicholl.

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