"I think Kate has to wrap some semblance of normality around [their children], because she knows what [royal life] can do," expert Ingrid Seward told True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat. "She’s seen it; she's been around long enough ... but they’re not normal children, and I think it's extremely hard to keep their little feet on the ground ... I think this is a danger Kate's very aware of. Louis at the Jubilee became a superstar, but that would have probably worried her a bit."
Previously, expert Richard Kay said that the way Prince William and Kate's tots, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, are being brought up is different than when William and Prince Harry were kids.
"William has curated George's appearances in a completely different way from the way his mother and father curated his. William and Harry, particularly William, were thrust from a very young age centre stage," he noted. "William has taken a different view, he wants to protect [his children] for as long as possible, give them some semblance of a normal childhood. But inevitably as [George] gets older, we're going to see more of him, in a jacket and tie, at Wimbledon as we did, and at Platinum Jubilee-type celebrations.”
Recently, Princess Charlotte also made an appearance at the Commonwealth Games. "Thank you Birmingham! Athletes, mascots an am amazing atmosphere ... an unforgettable day for all of us at #B2022!" the couple's caption read via Instagram.
"A real highlight was going behind the scenes with @teamsportsaid and @officialteamengland Futures where the next generation of athletes and support staff are helped to perform at their best, handle pressure and make the most of their experience at major Games."
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