It turns out that raising princes and princesses is just like raising any other child these days! prince william recently shared that he and Kate Middleton they’re dealing with an issue many other parents can relate to: regulating screen time for their kids.
William and Middleton are ‘trying to regulate’ screen time
William and Middleton are the parents of three children: Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4. While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have plenty to worry about when it comes to raising their children at In the public eye (everyone remembers Louis’s less-than-perfect behavior at the Jubilee events), it sounds like they’re also dealing with some day-to-day issues.
While touring the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) headquarters, William mentioned his three children and an issue he and Middleton are still working on with the children.
The prince, who also serves as president of BAFTA, said that he and his wife are “trying to regulate” George’s screen time, as the 9-year-old loves video games. William also shared that the two youngest children are “fascinated” by movies and television.
“[They] they are a bit too small right now [for video games], but they love movies,” he explained about Charlotte and Louis. Parents around the world can relate to the couple’s struggle to regulate their children’s screen time. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge constantly display their down-to-earth parenting skills while out in public with their children.
Body language expert praises couple for ‘normal’ parenting techniques
The couple recently took Charlotte to the Commonwealth Games, and body language expert Judi James shared her thoughts on the royal couple’s parenting style with the daily mail.
“George, Charlotte and Louis are not only allowed to be playful, fun, spontaneous and even cheeky in public, they are actively encouraged by their moms and dads, who often seem more proud and loving when they do so.” She explainedciting times when all three children shifted in their seats, made faces and talked during various royal events.
“What we’ve been seeing during their most recent public outings is how well they’re handling the ‘normal’ aspect of their upbringing, making them look like a lot of other families who take their kids out for the day,” James continued. “Their techniques seem to involve staying totally attuned to their children, not seeming upset or showing signs of anxiety that might be natural given the profile of the events they’ve been attending.”
From negotiating screen time to trying to keep kids in check at public events, it seems William and Middleton are grappling with issues shared by parents around the world, and doing their best to raise their brood. real as normally as possible.