Kate Middleton’s parenting style in raising Prince George: find out the details!

The royal couple own a Georgian country house in the region, which was a wedding gift from the Queen. They are currently settled there with their children, Princess Charlotte, six weeks, and Prince George, who will turn 2 in July.

People magazine’s latest issue offers some insights into Kate’s parenting style. The publication writes that the Duchess, 33, wants her kids to have a “playful, messy” childhood that is as normal as possible.


Since Kate and William’s daughter is only six weeks old, an age of nappies and babbling, the mag spoke extensively about the little prince who is super energetic, as he “is running around constantly.”

The last time Kate and George were seen in public was at a polo match on Sunday, where the future king was playing and running around with his mother.

Prince George is lucky to have an “incredibly down-to-earth” mother, who was recently described as such.

Kate and William recently added an extra help at their 10-bedroom country estate by hiring a housekeeper, Sadie Rice, who previously worked for the Norwegian royals.

Next month, there will be two very important events for the royal family: the first is Charlotte’s christening on July 5 and the second George’s 2nd birthday on July 22.

Maybe the birthday planner will be his aunt Pippa Middleton, who released a book about party planning in 2012, entitled Celebrate: A Year of Festivities for Families and Friends, or his grandma Carole Middleton, who recently wrote for Little London magazine as a contributing editor, sharing tips for “clever and creative” kids’ parties.

For more about Kate’s parenting style visit People.