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Royal Kids Upbringing – Kate Middleton’s crucial in-house rule for the kids – ‘Absolutely off limits’

From taking them on outdoor adventures to having normal schooling, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are going the extra mile. However, when it comes to home etiquettes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are extremely hands-on parents and have set rules that their children must follow, a news report stated.

The couple, who are parents to George, eight, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three, are said to have one important rule in their home.

But rather than sending them to the “naughty step”, the children are given some time to learn from their mistakes in a calmer scenario.
The source continued: “There’s no ’naughty step’ but there is a ‘chat sofa’.

Kate Middleton’s crucial in-house rule for the kids – ‘Absolutely off limits’
The couple are going extra mile to ensure their kids have a ‘normal’ childhood

The naughty child is taken away from the scene of the row or disruption and talked to calmly by either Kate or William.

“Things are explained and consequences outlined and they never shout at them.”

According to the source, when Kate, 40, and William, 39, are away on royal engagements, the couple’s nanny Maria Borrallo takes over, though all decisions are made in agreement with the Cambridges.

The source told the publication: “Maria is firm but she never acts unilaterally with the children on discipline.

“Kate and William, along with Maria, are strict with the children but have this magic ability to appear not to be.

“It is a military operation but you would never guess it because they work ferociously hard on their children’s upbringing and making it seem relaxed and happy for the three of them.

“They are very good at listening to the children but being firm.”

The Duchess of Cambridge has shown a glimpse of her motherly side in a first-look clip of her reading a special bedtime story for CBeebies.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are extremely hands-on parents
The Duchess has set rules that their children must follow

In a video released by the channel, Kate can be seen addressing the audience and encouraging them to confide in others about their fears before wishing them a good night’s sleep.

The Duchess of Cambridge is set to become the first royal to read a story for CBeebies when her episode will air on February 13 at 6.50pm.

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