Prince William and Kate Middleton with children
Children of 39-year-old Kate Middleton and Prince William are much more likely to be seen welcoming and smiling than naughty, and this is the merit of their parents. Restraint and appreciation are extremely important to members of the royal family, which is why they nurture them in their heirs from birth.
As the royal expert Andrew Morton said, raising eight-year-old Prince George, six-year-old Princess Charlotte and three-year-old Prince Louis, the Dukes of Cambridge are guided by “the method of Princess Diana.” She inspired her own children, William and Harry, to write thank you notes for those who helped them.
Kate Middleton and Prince William with children
Diana often took her sons to charity events and on trips, as she wanted them to live a normal life, without the restrictions that royal protocol implies.
One of the reasons was that she did not want the boys to grow up, thinking that the whole world is Range Rovers, guns and nannies,
– told her biographer Andrew Morton.
Princess Diana with sons William and Harry
Kate and William also want a normal life for their children (as far as possible, given their royal status).
Keith and William have developed this wonderful ability to allow many things to appear spontaneous, and this is how their children see it. The rules of conduct at the table, letters of thanks, nice courtesies – all this is explained to them so that they do it on the machine,
Former security officer of the royal family, Ken Wharf, said that he very much remembered the case, thanks to which Princess Diana taught her sons to write letters of thanks. Once she, along with Harry and William, was traveling by bus in London, and he accompanied them. It was Prince Harry's wish to use public transport, who wanted to spend the day as a common man.
The bus driver was a Sikh (a representative of the people who live in India. – Ed.). After announcing the name of each stop, he pronounced the sounds parp, parp, ring, ring. When it was time for the royals to leave, Harry turned to the driver and mimicked him by repeating the same sounds. The act of the youngest son made Princess Diana very angry, and she made Harry apologize to the driver, who, however, did not take offense at the young prince and found the incident amusing.
Whorf added that the next day he found a letter from Harry on his desk in which Harry thanked him for having spent the day as a normal person. True, Harry grew up such a mischievous person that he signed a note parp, parp, ring, ring.