Prince William and Kate Middleton have been struggling with putting their children to bed, royal commentators have claimed.
Since marrying in a royal ceremony in April 2011, Kate and William have gone on to have three children together; George (8), Charlotte (6), and Louis (3).
George and Charlotte currently attend Thomas’s School in Battersea, which costs £18,000 a year and reportedly prohibits pupils from having a best friend to stop other students feeling left out.
And, speaking on the Royally Us podcast, hosts Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross suggested that the Cambridges have now reached the age where they are struggling to manage their children’s bedtimes.
Christina noted: “It seems like Kate and William have it rough at bed-time just like the rest of us, because the kids don’t really want to go to bed at their scheduled time.”
Christine agreed, continuing: “The Cambridge children have a bed-time of seven o’clock, and nanny Maria is on board; they’re all working together to get the kids in bed by seven.
“They have the epic screen-time battle that I think every parent runs into.
“Prince William talked about how they’re still learning how to set those boundaries and limits with screen-time and I think every parent could relate to that across the world.
“Royals are just like us.”
Late last year, William offered an insight into family life with the Cambridges on his Apple podcast ‘Time to Walk’, claiming that Waka Waka by Shakira was a favourite in the royal household.
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This comes as the Duchess of Cambridge recently turned 40 (January 9), and released three new portraits to mark the occasion.
It had been expected by royal commentators that Kate would avoid a large celebration similar to Meghan Markle’s 40×40 initiative, and she instead posed in Alexandra McQueen dresses for pictures taken by celebrity fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.
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