Despite the best efforts of the royal family, the idea of giving their children a standard upbringing is “impossible”, claimed Ingrid Seward. Ms Seward, editor of Majesty magazine, told People magazine it was “a fantasy” to suggest royal children could be brought up “as normally as possible”. Both William and Kate have been praised for their approach after several family outings showed their playful and “down-to-earth” parenting.
A royal insider said: “The Cambridge kids are really lively. Clearly the kids are having fun.”
They called Prince William “a very modern dad”, and added Kate was “a great mother”.
Fans of the Cambridge’s are becoming used to seeing the young royals playing in both formal and casual settings.
Both Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four, have become known for acting playfully in the public eye.
Ms Seward said despite Prince William and Kate’s wishes their children will never have a normal life.
She claimed many aspiring royal couples tried to give some normality to their children’s lives, but it was almost impossible to carry out.
She added: “Even the Queen in the ’50s said she wanted her children brought up as normally as possible. But it’s a fantasy to say that.”
It emerged last week how Prince George and Princess Charlotte shared a ‘unique bond’ and were learning to lean on each other as they grew up.
A source told People magazine George and Charlotte have grown very close, this is because play dates with outsiders can sometimes be “tricky”.
This followed praise of Kate’s “fantastic” reaction to Princess Charlotte after she stuck her tongue out to crowds at the King’s Cup regatta at Cowes, Isle of Wight, earlier this month.
Royal fans were also shocked to see the Cambridges eating out of tupperware in a “car boot” picnic at a charity polo match in June.
Kate and Williams youngest child, Prince Louis, was born in April 2018.
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