According to Early Years Expert and Parenting Coach Sophie Pickles, Kate’s parenting differs from traditional royal techniques used.
She explained: “Kate Middleton is a classic ‘calm but controlled’ parent, with a relatable parenting style that resonates with women across the globe.
“It is clear to see that Kate treats her children with love and respect, while freely admitting everyday parenting can sometimes come as a struggle.
“Many of us will remember Princess Charlotte’s defiant sitting protest on the runway at Hamburg airport in 2017 – something many parents of toddlers can identify with only too well.”
Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who is often seen helping out with the children, was trained at one of the most prestigious schools in the UK.
The expert added that the affection Kate and William show towards the royal children in public isn’t typically seen by royals.
Sophie explained: “In the past, this ‘coddling’ style of parenting would have been firmly against the rules royal parents must abide by.”
Avoiding public displays of affection is largely considered to be an unwritten rule for members of the Royal Family but the Cambridge’s seem to have stepped away from this tradition.
“She isn’t afraid to show affection to her children in public and it is just one of the many things that makes her imminently more relatable to parents around the world,” explained the expert.
Sophie added: “Kate is showing parents that it is ok to honour your children’s feelings and show them unbridled love – in fact, she’s showing that it’s more than ok, it is the mark of a wonderful parent who values her children above all else.”
Recently, the family of five were seen at the London Palladium for a pantomime viewing.
The Cambridge’s can be seen walking down the red carpet laughing and smiling.
The parenting expert explained that by spending more time with her children, it will encourage their independence.
This could help them in their roles within the Royal Family later in life.
Sophie said: “It is obvious though, that Kate knows that the more children spend close, quality time with their parents, the more independent they will grow to become.
“Open communication is the most important skill a parent can nurture and install in their child and we know that this is something that Kate and William both value above all else.
“Their unfaltering presence in her children’s lives will undoubtedly stand them in good stand to grow into strong, self-sufficient and compassionate individuals.”
— to www.express.co.uk