In a pre-recorded interview to be released on BBC Breakfast this morning, the Duchess of Cambridge will share parenting tips used on the royal children, alongside a number of experts.
The mother of three talks about how the new program, Tiny Happy People, is a perfect platform for parents.
The brand new language and literacy initiative aims to address the language gap among children aged under five across the UK.
Speaking about a new dad named Ryan and his eight-month-old daughter Mia, who were part of the initiative, Kate said: “He’s learnt a huge amount from Tiny Happy People.
“It’s information like that I wish I had had as a first-time mom.
The Duchess of Cambridge will share parenting tips used on the royal children
The mother of three talks about how the new program, Tiny Happy People, is a perfect platform for parents
“It’s gold dust, really, for families to be given those tips and tools to be able to use, particularly in those first five years.
“In the first few months there’s a huge amount of support from the midwives and health visitors, but from then onwards, there’s a massive gap before they then start school,” she added.
Tiny Happy People focuses on the development of children’s language using a range of free digital resources.
The new initiative’s core message tells parents to talk to children from as early an age as possible.
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The brand new language and literacy initiative aims to address the language gap among children aged under five across the UK
As a mum herself, whose royal engagements are widely focused on child development, Kate has helped advise the creators of Tiny Happy People.
During her time as the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate has visited a number of primary schools.
The duchess even discussed parenting tips on the Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast with Giovanna Fletcher.
Now, Kate has taken part in some workshops for the new initiative that at led to the development of two of the animated films on the site.
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Kate has taken part in some workshops for the new initiative that at led to the development of two of the animated films on the site
The Duchess helped with the characters and the background to the scenes.
The animations include information about making eye contact with babies and singing to baby bumps during pregnancy.
“She helped with the creative look and feel of the films,” a royal source told PEOPLE.
In a statement, Kate said, “Families and carers are at the heart of nurturing the next generation of happy, healthy adults, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to turn to for advice.
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“Tiny Happy People is an invaluable resource which provides parents and carers with support and tips, as well as simple activities to ensure children develop the language skills they need to have the best possible start in life.
“I am delighted to have been part of its journey and hope families across the UK will enjoy exploring the resources.”
The team behind BBC Tiny Happy People made an announcement celebrating the Duchess’ involvement.
Royal fans can tune into BBC Breakfast this morning to join The Duchess of Cambridge and three families involved in its creation
A spokesman said: “We are excited to announce that #TinyHappyPeople is being supported by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge along with the Royal Foundation. ⠀
“The Duchess recently met with some of the families, who have appeared in our videos, to hear about their experiences of parenting and how our resources and activities have been helping them.⠀
“We’ve got loads more exciting news coming tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled.”
Royal fans can tune into BBC Breakfast this morning to join The Duchess of Cambridge and three families involved in its creation.
— to www.express.co.uk