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Kate and Prince William are very careful to teach Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis good manners, according to a royal insider. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge insist on educating their children about it to make sure good manners become a habit for their little ones, the source said.
They told The Sun, “Good table manners, thank you letters, little courtesies are imposed on children so that they become automatic.”
As future members of the Royal Family, these habits are sure to be essential in the day-to-day lives of George, Charlotte and Louis.
The source also said the Duke and Duchess are keen to explain what their children are doing right or wrong rather than just scolding them.
They added: “If George was mean, and he was mean on occasion, Kate and William are good at explaining the good and bad to him of what happened.”
Kate and Prince William are keen on teaching their children good manners
Kate has often explained how beneficial it is for children to spend time outdoors
Part of the education of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis would also be keeping the little Cambridges creative and learning new skills often.
According to the insider, Kate encourages George and Charlotte, who attend Thomas Preparatory School in Battersea, “to write, draw, photograph and paint weekly papers.”
The insider added, “New skills are constantly being learned, a lot of cooking is done by the three kids, followed by a lot of mess and a lot of laughs.”
Kate herself had opened up to cooking with her children in the past.
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Kate and Prince William with their three children in December last year
While preparing food for a Commonwealth Big Lunch at St Luke’s Community Center in 2018, the Duchess said: “I did it with George and Charlotte – making pizza dough.
“They love it because they can get their hands dirty.”
In December 2019, appearing with William on the BBC special A Berry Royal Christmas, Kate also discussed the food her children love to eat and how she spends time with them.
During a relaxed conversation, pastry queen Mary Berry asked the Duchess if she took the time to cook with her children.
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The surprisingly Kate replied, “Yeah, I really like it.
“Again, be creative, try to be as independent as possible with this.
“In fact, one of the last things we cooked together was your pizza dough.
“We made pizzas with your pizza dough recipe.”
Prince George in pictures
Kate and William, who have often spoken out in favor of letting children spend time outdoors every day for the benefit of their mental and physical health, would also perform several outdoor activities with George, Charlotte and Louis.
During the same BBC show, Kate revealed that the Cambridges grow their own fruit and veg in Kensington Palace Gardens.
She said: “We grow our own vegetables.
“We have carrots, beans, beets – big favorite, Louis loves beets.
Kate and Princess Charlotte at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding
“Charlotte obviously loves her Charlotte potatoes.”
In June last year, during a visit to The Nook, Kate said her children were hosting a sunflower growing competition – in which Prince Louis was the lead.
She said: “Kids really love to grow their sunflowers, Louis’s wins, so George is a little cranky about it!”
Additionally, royal author Katie Nicholl claimed Kate and William support Princess Charlotte’s love for spiders and often go on spider-hunting missions together.