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Kate, Princess of Wales revealed which parent deals the firm hand the three children she shares with Prince William.
The Princess unveiled who the “strict” parent is during a garden party she hosted at Buckingham Palace last May following the historic coronation of King Charles III.
Her comments came during a conversation with 93-year-old Aldith Grandison, and her daughter, Jay Cee La Bouche, who made up the thousands of guests in attendance.
In a video shared by Sky News, the mother of three could be heard saying “I’m terrible, I’m terrible at jokes”, adding that husband William is “very good” and would come up with a pun “if he was here”.
Grandison replied that Kate is definitely the “strict one” in the relationship.
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But the Princess responded: “I’m definitely not strict! How can you tell that? Surely not!”
According to Tom Quinn, author of “Gilded Youth: An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family”, Kate is definitely the “calm one” in the relationship.
He told Fox News Digital in an interview: “Kate might seem to be a very calm person, and William also. But it’s not always true.
“Because the big stress for William and Kate is that they’re constantly surrounded by [palace aides]. It’s like a Jane Austen novel.”
He added that Kate is “very much the calm one” in the relationship while William is “a bit hot-headed” even though he “hates confrontation”.
The Prince and Princess of Wales share three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
William proposed to Kate in 2010 and the pair married the following year in an extravagant wedding ceremony on April 29, 2011.
The couple reportedly met for the first time at St. Andrews College in September 2001.
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They both lived at St Salvator’s Hall residence, but things didn’t get romantic until the following year in 2002.
Their relationship wasn’t made public until 2004 and during those two years the pair had to keep their dates under wraps, meaning they would often spend time at royal residencies across the country.
The couple would often escape to the Tam-Na-Ghar cottage on the Balmoral estate for “romantic weekends away”.
Tam-Na-Ghar cottage was a gift to Prince William from the late Queen Mother shortly before her death in 2002.
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