Prince William and Kate are modeling their family on the Middletons to keep the children grounded.

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

Speaking during the latest episode of True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat, Richard Kay said that his parenting style is motivated by the fact that William and Harry became the center of attention at a young age.

The editor-at-large of the Daily Mail revealed that William “wants to protect his children for as long as possible.”

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

And royal author Duncan Larcombe said the royal couple want to model their family as “a tight-knit 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 royalty to keep their children grounded, according to royal experts on True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat.

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

“William has curated George’s hauntings in a completely different way than his mother and father curated theirs,” Richard said.

“William and Harry, particularly William, were pushed center stage at a very young age. William has taken a different view, he wants to protect [his children] for as long as possible, provide them with something like a normal childhood.

But inevitably as [George] gets older, we’re going to see him more, in a jacket and tie, at Wimbledon like we did, and at Platinum Jubilee-type celebrations.’

Ingrid agreed saying, “I think Kate has to wrap a semblance of normalcy around [their children]because she knows what [royal life] can do.

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward agreed that Kate wants

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

Richard said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge select George's appearances in a completely different way than the way Williams' mother and father curated his

Richard said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge select George’s appearances in a completely different way than the way Williams’ mother and father curated his

She has seen it; she’s been around for a long time… but they’re not normal kids, and I think it’s extremely difficult to keep their little feet on the ground… I think this is a danger that Kate is well aware of.

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

While Duncan added: “I think what we’ve seen for some time is that the model that William and Kate are essentially using as a family is the style of Middleton.”

‘It’s that strong family; brothers, sisters, everyone. And it is a compact 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, swimming qualifiers and gymnastics.

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

Carole and MIchael Middleton, photographed 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 want to model their family to resemble that of

And the royal editor of The Sun newspaper, Duncan Larcombe, said the royal couple want to model their family to resemble “a closed unit”, which is how Middleton raises her children.

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

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

Charlotte put on a lively display, giving her father a thumbs up, making faces, and even sticking out her tongue and soaking up the atmosphere.

After leaving the Aquatics Centre, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a support program for young athletes. Princess Charlotte was photographed on her best behavior, shaking hands with Tim Lawler, CEO of SportsAid.

It's not the first time the couple have brought one of their children to a public event this summer, with George attending the Wimbledon final this year.

It’s not the first time the couple have brought one of their children to a public event this summer, with George attending the Wimbledon final this year.

And when the long day got to be too much, Prince William doted on his seven-year-old daughter, while Kate tucked her hair behind her ears during her most restless moments.

It’s not the first time the couple have brought one of their children to a public event this summer: George attended the Wimbledon final and little Prince Louis stole the show at the Jubilee events.

Body language expert Judi James told FEMAIL that the Duke and Duchess were using techniques to stay “totally in tune” with their children while “showing no signs of anxiety” about high-profile events.

She explained: “George, Charlotte and Louis are not only allowed to be playful, fun, spontaneous and even cheeky in public, they are actively encouraged by their mums and dads, who often look at their most proud and loving when they are making so.’

Judi revealed: “William and Kate’s parenting duties were always going to be unique as they are introducing a prince, princess and future king to the rules, traditions and formalities of the royal family, as well as allowing three children little ones have so much fun. and freedom as much as possible while doing it.

“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 taking their kids out for the day. ‘

The Royal Beat – available on True Royalty TV www.trueroyalty.tv

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