Actively involved Kate Middleton coping admirably with royal childrens upbringing

Kate Middleton and Prince William visit farm in County Durham

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Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, joined the Royal Family in 2011 when she married Prince William. The couple previously met while both studying at university and have since had three children.

Prince William proposed to Kate a year prior to their marriage while on a holiday in Kenya.

He got down on one knee with a beautiful sapphire engagement ring, previously belonging to Princess Diana.

The couple had their first child Prince George in 2013, followed by Princess Charlotte who is now five and Prince Louis who is three.

The Duke and Duchess are also set to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary this Thursday.

Bringing up three children is “difficult” according to one expert who explained that Kate is “coping admirably”.

Speaking to, Early Years Expert and Parenting Coach Sophie Pickles, explained: “Having multiple children is difficult, as any parent of two or more will attest to. 

“You can’t meet all their needs at once and there is always a time when all three need you and you only have two hands.

“It seems as if Kate is coping admirably with the joys and strains that three children bring – as well as any mum in her position would.”

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While Kate and William have implemented many traditional parenting techniques into their role as parents, they have also decided against many of the royal traditions. 

This includes hiring only one nanny to help out with the three children instead of having a whole team to help bring them up.

George, Charlotte and Louis are cared for by one of the UK’s most highly trained nannies, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who has worked with the family since Prince George was born.

She can regularly be seen helping out with the children.

According to the expert, hiring just one nanny shows that the Duchess enjoys helping bring up the royal children herself.

Sophie said: “Kate and William could have easily hired more staff to help with childcare but chose to keep just one nanny, showing that Kate enjoys playing an active and present role in the lives of her three children. 

“Kate is a very involved mum and clearly wants to influence the way in which her children are raised, how they are educated and the morals that they will value. 

“Employing just one nanny, rather than a team, means that Kate can be actively involved in her children’s upbringing while still having help and support with day-to-day childcare.”

Throughout the pandemic, photos of the children have been shared but due to the restrictions, they were only seen out with Kate and William a couple of times.

The most recent time the family were seen out altogether was back in December when they attended a pantomime in London.

Sophie added: “Keeping children out of the spotlight will never be a negative thing. 

“Children in the public eye have to deal with so much more than others the same age and allowing them time away from cameras and public appearances means that they have the opportunity to be normal children.”

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