It has to be difficult to give your children a grounded upbringing when you are part of one of the most famous families in the world, The Royal Family.
After his first official engagement last week, Prince George has settled back into his normal routine. His routine consists of scooter rides at the park, playing with his baby sister Charlotte, and his daily walk with his nanny Maria.
#NEWS: “After making his first official UK engagement at the Royal International Air Tattoo just last week, little Prince George has gone to work with mum and dad once again – this time to attend the Special Air Service 75th Anniversary. . The third-in-line to the throne, who will be turning three next week, visited Credenhill with Prince William and Kate to help unveil a status at the SAS Base before meeting serving and retired members of the regiment. The family spoke to veterans and enjoyed a Red Arrow display and a Spitfire flypast. . Although photographs were not permitted at the event, insider sources revealed that Prince George played with a group of children while Kate chatted to the crowd. An attendee of the event, Donna Gunn, wrote on Facebook: “My children played with George. He’s so handsome and Kate is stunning – something to tell the children. She’s a fantastic down to earth mummy, she plays with him she’s very hands on.” . — Hello! Magazine.♡ . #thecambridges #princewilliam #dukeofcambridge #princegeorge #katemiddleton #duchessofcambridge
Showing that the balanced upbringing Diana gave Prince William did influence his parenting style the family is known to keep things very simple. Kate loves to serve her family a Sunday Roast each week and is busy preparing for George’s third birthday next week by prepared the cakes herself. It seems Prince William will be bringing the paper hats for the kids.
Kate and Williams wish to keep it simple for the tiny Prince and Princess can be hard when Kate’s mother showers her grand children with expensive presents. Recently she bought a $15,000 rocking horse for them and with some grandmothers being competitive you can only imagine what The Queen did for them.
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What did you do for your kids on their third birthday? Do you like the idea of Kate and William keeping it simple for their children? How proud would Diana be?