Kate Middleton News: Duchess Receives Regular Parenting Advice From CE Parent | Royal | News


Kate’s mother Carole Middleton regularly helps her daughter with her parenting duties which she combines with the day-to-day activities of the key member of the royal family that she is. During an interview for The Mirror, royal expert Katie Nicholl described how important it is for the Cambridges to have the support of Kate’s family when it comes to raising their children.

Ms Nicholl said: “One of the things that makes William and Kate so ordinary is the presence of the Middletons in their lives.
“Carol is a regular at those golden gates of Kensington Palace, she rushes in her Land Rover.

“There is no security because everyone knows it.

“She shows up to help with bedtime and bath time. It is absolutely essential.

Despite being ‘shy’, the Duchess has no problem talking about issues close to her heart.

Talk to Express.co.ukRoyal expert Leslie Carroll said: ‘In Meghan’s absence, and particularly during the coronavirus lockdown, Kate has been forced to come to the fore much more.

“Even behind her keyboard and computer screen, she has become more visible and accessible.

“She is naturally more shy than Meghan; openness to strangers does not come naturally to her, even though she can speak frankly about subjects close to her heart, such as parenthood.

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She has even been spotted on royal tours and at official family events, including the christening of Princess Charlotte in 2015.

Expert Norland and Nanny in a Book author Louise Heren explained why Ms Bordallo is one of the best nannies in the country.

She said, “There will be no mess. This is because Maria will be aware that getting off planes, holding Mom’s hands, smiling and waving to the crowd, there can be no crying. or terrible twos or tantrums.

“There will be a lot of outdoor games, that’s the only thing you could say Norland is outdated. Lots of fresh air.


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