It’s no secret that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very involved in the education of their children. Moreover, when Kate Middleton, 40, and Prince William, 39, do not have royal obligations, they devote all their time to their children. The proof, despite the frantic pace of their royal life, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, manages to find the time to read a story to her children. Of course, the Cambridges do have a nanny to help them. Only, the royal couple in no way underestimates the time spent with their children, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.

Despite all this, we must not forget that Kate and William are human beings. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also prone to fatigue and stress related to raising children. Fortunately for the Duchess of Cambridge, her husband, Prince William, loves and knows how to please her after a grueling day. Indeed, Prince Harry’s brother, 37, would please him by preparing his favorite drink, a gin and tonic, according to People. It’s a nightly routine that Prince William shares with his wife, Kate Middleton, after the kids are in bed. “William brings Kate a gin and tonic. They take care of each other, but in different ways,” a friend of the couple told People.

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge read the bedtime story to all the nation’s children

As well as Kate Middleton’s involvement with her children, the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, also finds time to care for the nation’s other children. Indeed, on February 13, at 6:50 p.m., Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William, read a story to all the children in the country. Prince Charles’ daughter-in-law, 73, was a special guest on CBeebies to read the evening story. Kate Middleton notably read the modern classic The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark, by Jill Tomlinson. The book tells the story of Plop who was able to regain his self-confidence and overcome his fears by getting help from those close to him.

Moreover, in an excerpt, Kate Middleton, the mother of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, encourages children to face their fear. “Wow, what an encouraging story. We can all be scared sometimes, just like our little owl friend Plop, but as Mrs Barn Own said, ‘It’s better to find out the things that scare us before we make up our minds'” , explains the Duchess of Cambridge in an excerpt.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Agency / Bestimage

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