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I’ve learned through homeschooling that my patience is a lot shorter than I thought it was, that’s probably been the biggest eye opener for me, and that my wife has super patience
According to an insider, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband Prince William support “open communication” in their family and want their children to feel free to “express their emotions.”

 

The Royals are known for their “stiff upper lip” attitude toward life, preferring to hide their emotions behind an impenetrable facade of equanimity.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the other hand, want Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, to be able to express their emotions freely and openly. “They value open communication … but they set boundaries and have rules in place,” a family source confirmed.

They went on to say that Kate and William wanted their children to be able to “express their emotions and ask questions in order for them to grow up as healthy adults.”

The Cambridges spent the majority of the pandemic at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.

William and Kate, like many other parents across the country, spent many hours homeschooling their three children

 

Prince William And Kate Middleton George, Charlotte And Louis

Prince William And Kate Middleton George, Charlotte And Louis

The Duke of Cambridge admitted in a candid interview with Peter Crouch for his podcast that his patience had been severely tested and that he had been found wanting in his math knowledge.
William said, “I’ve found it pretty testing, not going to lie, trying to keep the children engaged in some kind of work, it’s been an interesting few months.”

“I’ve learned through homeschooling that my patience is a lot shorter than I thought it was, that’s probably been the biggest eye opener for me, and that my wife has super patience.

“Basically we’re a good team tag session, I come in with the children and try and get them to do something and Catherine comes in when frankly everything has gone wrong. I have to admit I’m a bit embarrassed about my maths knowledge, I can’t do Year 2 maths.”

During an interview with TV presenter Giovanna Fletcher for her Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her grandmother Valerie Glassborow had a big influence on her parenting skills.

William And Kate Share Tips For Raising George, Charlotte And Louis

William And Kate Share Tips For Raising George, Charlotte And Louis

During WWII, Ms Glassborow famously worked as a codebreaker at Bletchley Park
“I had an amazing granny who devoted a lot of time to us, playing with us, doing arts and crafts and going to the greenhouse to do gardening, and cooking with us.

“I try and incorporate a lot of the experiences that she gave us at the time into the experiences that I give my children now,” Kate said.

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