Kate Middleton And Prince William Don't Want Their Children To Live "In A Gilded Bubble," According To Reports

Date November 4, 2019 14:00

Kate Middleton and Prince William are undoubtedly doting parents to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. In fact, royal watchers reckon they transcend all expectations or old-fashion methods within the royal family.

Just like Princess Diana, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge raise their kids like any ordinary parents β€” by having their hands full with them all, without making any exceptions.

Kate Middleton & Prince William's kids

The parents-of-three want their children to live as normal a life as possible. When Kate Middleton and Prince William took their elder kids to their football match in October, they looked like any bonding family.

According to The Sun, a royal source claimed Kate Middleton always wanted her children to live "in the real world."

She and William don’t want them to live in a gilded bubble. They want them to grow up having the same experiences as other kids.

The Duchess of Cambridge once admitted balancing a royal life, and being a mother hasn't been easy.

Becoming a mother has been such a rewarding and wonderful experience. However, at times it has also been a huge challenge – even for me, who has support at home that most mothers do not.

People's reactions

@Carmen Schuiling:

A joyful little Royal πŸ‘‘ family. Absolutely picturous. πŸ’ž ❀️ πŸ’–

@Yvonne Camfield:

Beautiful family xxx

@Diana E Tanor:

I just love your beautiful family❀😍

We do think that Prince William and Kate Middleton's children have been enjoying their normal childhood despite being close to the throne, especially for Prince George. They just prove it is possible to manage royalty with hands-on parenting masterly.