Since he was a father, Prince William has been a different man. Very committed to the environment, the Duke of Cambridge participated in the making of the documentary Prince William: A Planet For Us All, where he delivers his vision of the world, but also, where he talks about his children. And this especially because fatherhood has changed a lot of things for him. Starting with his way of perceiving things. “I have always loved nature and fatherhood has given me a new purpose,” he said, relayed the Daily Mail.
“Now I have George, Charlotte and Louis in my life and in this case, your outlook is changing. You want to give the next generation the fauna in a much better state,” said Prince William, who explains that he “always believed that it was possible to give young people hope and the conviction that things could be settled”. “I am convinced that if we all work together, we can make a difference”, assured the husband of Kate Middleton.
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Prince William and his frailties as a young father
If we are to believe his reasoning, becoming a father thus pushed Prince William to change and to see the world differently. However, being a father isn’t easy every day, as he explained shortly after confinement. “I learned through homeschooling that my patience is much shorter than I thought, it’s probably the biggest revelation for me and that my wife has super patience,” he said. joked. It must be said that taking on this role has never been easy for the Duke, who has repeatedly confided in his feeling of being “on the edge of the precipice” when it came to reconciling private and professional life. .
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