Kate Middleton and Prince William are’strict but fair’ in their gift-giving to George.


Kate Middleton and Prince William are’strict but fair’ in their gift-giving to George.

KATE MIDDLETON’S eldest son George, Prince William’s eldest son, recently turned eight. The young prince is third in line to the British throne and enjoys a wealthy lifestyle.

Royal children are raised in palaces and fly on private jets. They go to the best schools and have nannies who are well-trained.

According to a source, Kate and William are attempting to provide their children with the most “normal” upbringing possible.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they stated, are taking a “more modern approach” and “stepping away” from a conventional royal mentality.

“He’s not named Prince George at school and is just known as George, he mixes with children his own age,” the insider added of the third-in-line to the throne.

“Kate and William don’t lavish him with lavish gifts or overindulge him.

“Every morning, George makes his bed.

“All of the kids have great manners and say please and thank you all of the time.”

“The royals are known for being’stiff upper lip,’ but William and Kate have a more modern approach to parenting and are moving away from that mentality,” the source told Us Weekly.

The parents are believed to encourage their children to communicate openly. They give a safe environment for children to express their feelings.

William and Kate are very concerned about mental health, particularly in youngsters.

Heads Together was formed by the two with the help of The Royal Foundation.

According to the initiative’s website, it “combines a campaign to combat stigma and alter the dialogue on mental health with fundraising for a series of creative new mental health services.”

“Kate and William have always showed an interest in mental health and welfare, and their honesty in talking about their own challenges is refreshing and, in some ways, unheard of for the Royal Family,” a parenting specialist told This website.

“Kate isn’t afraid to talk about difficult subjects, and her parenting style reflects this.

“[She] makes an effort to be as open and honest as possible with her family.

“While it’s vital not to overwhelm youngsters, establishing clear communication from an early age can help them feel confident and capable of making their own decisions.”

Images of the Duke assisting his children in boarding a plane recently went viral.

The photos show the Prince of Wales assisting his tiny children onboard a private jet in Germany a few years ago.

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