Prince William and Kate Middleton are raising their children as “normal” as possible. According to Us Weekly, the royal couple is fairly determined to raise Prince George, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 10 months, as regular kids despite having all kinds of money and help at their disposal.
“The 33-year-old future king — who declared after George’s July 2013 birth, ‘I very much feel if I can do it myself, I want to do it myself’ — and his bride, 34, try to take turns making the roughly 10-mile trip to George’s pre-school for drop-off duty, says a source. And the tyke, who has half days at East Walton’s Westacre Montessori School three days a week, relishes the trip,” reports Us Weekly.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are often praised for their parenting techniques and sources have said that Prince George and Princess Charlotte are very well-adjusted. As far as having another baby goes, the royal couple is reportedly content with just their two… at least for now.
“Before Charlotte was born, they wanted to have another straightaway. But now that the reality of two very active kids has set in, they’re quite happy to wait a little while longer,” shared a friend of Kate’s.
For the time being, William and Kate seem to have adapted to life as the perfect family of four and everyone seems happy. It’s unknown if the two will decide to add another child to their brood in the future, but if they choose to do so, chances are they will adopt the same parenting plan. Of course, three children can become more tricky!