Prince William and Kate are modeling their family after the Middletons to keep kids grounded

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are modeling their family after the Middletons rather than the royals to keep their kids grounded.

Richard Kay said during the final episode of True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat that her parenting style was motivated by the fact that William and Harry were thrust into the spotlight at a young age.

The Daily Mail editor-in-chief revealed that William “wants to protect his children for as long as possible”.

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward agreed, saying Kate wants to “wrap a semblance of normalcy around her kids because she knows what [royal life] can do.’

And royal author Duncan Larcombe claimed the royal couple want their family to be modeled after a “close unit” like the Middletons, where all the siblings are very close, as Kate is with her brother James and sister Pippa.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are modeling their family after the Middletons rather than the royals to keep their children grounded, according to royal experts on True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat

“William curated George’s performances in a very different way than his mom and dad curated his,” Richard said.

“William and Harry, especially William, were given the spotlight from an early age. William has a different view, he wants to protect [his children] Give them the appearance of a normal childhood for as long as possible.

‘But inevitably as [George] As he gets older, we will see more of him, in a jacket and tie, at Wimbledon as he was then, and at Platinum Jubilee-style celebrations.”

Ingrid agreed, saying: “I think Kate needs to envelop some semblance of normalcy [their children]because she knows what [royal life] can do.

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward agreed, saying Kate wants to

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward agreed, saying Kate wants to “wrap a semblance of normalcy around her kids because she knows what [royal life] can do’

Richard said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge curated George's performances in a very different way than William's mother and father curated his

Richard said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge curated George’s performances in a very different way than William’s mother and father curated his

“She saw it; she’s been here long enough… but they’re not normal kids and I think it’s extremely difficult to keep their little feet on the ground… I think that’s a danger Kate is very aware of .

“Louis became a superstar at the anniversary, but that probably would have worried her a bit.”

Duncan added: “I think what we’ve seen for a while is that the model that William and Kate use as a family is essentially the Middleton way.

“It’s this strong family; Brothers, sisters, everyone. And it’s a tight unit.’

It comes after seven-year-old Charlotte joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for a visit to Birmingham Earlier this week where they watched hockey games, swim runs and gymnastics.

Carole and MIchael Middleton, pictured at Wimbledon in July, have created a close family unit around their three children

Carole and MIchael Middleton, pictured at Wimbledon in July, have created a close family unit around their three children

And the royal editor of The Sun newspaper, Duncan Larcombe, claimed that the royal couple wanted to model their family to resemble that of a

And the royal editor of The Sun newspaper, Duncan Larcombe, claimed that the royal couple wanted to model their family to resemble that of a “close unit”, which is how Middleton is raising his children

She was on her best behavior as she joined her parents for their first royal engagement without her brothers George, nine, and Louis, four.

During Tuesday’s performance, the little princess shook hands with dignitaries, smiled for photos and cheered on the athletes, all under the watchful eye of her parents.

Charlotte showed an animated display, gave her dad a thumbs up, pulled funny faces and even stuck out her tongue and soaked up the atmosphere.

After the trip to the aquatic center, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a program to support young athletes. Princess Charlotte was photographed at her best as she shook hands with SportsAid CEO Tim Lawler.

It's far from the first time the couple has brought one of their children to a public event this summer - George is attending the Wimbledon final this year

It’s far from the first time the couple has brought one of their children to a public event this summer – George is attending the Wimbledon final this year

And when the long day got too much, Prince William gushed about his seven-year-old daughter, while Kate tucked her hair behind her ears at more turbulent moments.

It’s far from the first time the couple has brought one of their children to a public event this summer – with George attending the Wimbledon final and little Prince Louis stealing the show at the anniversary events.

Body language expert Judi James told FEMAIL that the Duke and Duchess are using techniques to remain “completely attuned to their children” while showing “no signs of fear” over the high-profile events.

She explained: “Not only are George, Charlotte and Louis allowed to be playful, fun, spontaneous and even cheeky in public, they are actively encouraged by their mother and father, who often draw their proudest and most doting looks when they do so do so.’

Judi revealed: “Williams and Kate’s parenting responsibilities have always been unique as they introduce a prince, princess and future king to the rules, traditions and formalities of the royal family and allow three young children to have as much fun and freedom as possible, while they do this.

“What we’ve seen on their recent public outings is how well they handle the ‘normal’ aspect of their parenting and make them look like many other families who take their kids for a day out. ‘

The Royal Beat – Available on True Royalty TV www.trueroyal.tv

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