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A parenting expert has claimed the Prince and Princess of Wales were ‘calm and natural’ at the Queen’s funeral with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Royal fans praised Prince William and Kate Middleton for being ‘wonderful’ parents after the nine-year-old heir to the throne and his seven-year-old sister behaved impeccably throughout the historic event on Monday.
George and Charlotte cut serious figures as they attend the royals for Her Majesty’s funeral at Westminster Abbey and her Committal Service in Windsor, where Charlotte was seen giving her older brother a lesson in royal protocol as he asked her Was told to ‘bow down’.
Meanwhile, William and Kate’s youngest child, four-year-old Prince Louis, did not attend the funeral because he was considered too young.
Speaking to FEMAIL, parenting expert Stephanie Wallis explained how the Princess of Wales took on a more ‘dominant parenting role’, allowing Prince William to focus on his status as a son, grandson and heir to the throne.
She said the couple used ‘gentle touch’ to interact with their children and guide them throughout the day, as well as informing young people that they were there for support.
British parenting expert Stephanie Wallis has revealed that William and Kate have a ‘great interest’ when it comes to raising their children (Pictured: A reassuring hand: The Princess of Wales) with her eldest son, lays hands on the knee of Prince George) , during the service at Westminster Abbey)
Parenting expert said Kate was taking on a more effective parenting role yesterday, staying close to children, giving them gentle direction when needed
“William and Kate interact like loving and caring parents, parents whose every move comes under as much scrutiny as their children,” Stephanie said.
‘As parents we want to keep our children as safe as possible from situations under life control, when you are part of the royal family, you have to work very carefully on your public interactions.
‘Kate seemed to play the role of the more influential parent at the funeral, being close to the children and giving them gentle direction when needed.
‘This allowed William to focus fully on his role, not only as a father but as a son, a grandson and of course his dutiful role as a prince.’
The expert said the Prince and Princess of Wales made sure they were ‘constantly’ tutoring their children and giving them regular guidance.
She continued: ‘The parents remained calm and natural, both in their behavior but also towards their children.
‘There was no coercive interaction with his children and he gracefully took everything in his stride.
‘You have a real sense that she has beautifully managed the perfect balance between attending funerals in a personal capacity with her kids and her professional ability.’
Stephanie, founder of Safe & Sound Childcare Events, continued: ‘They’re definitely on hand, something they both must have been very eager to do.
‘They take great interest in raising their children, showing that they are a genuinely practical family with ‘family’ at the center of their values as a married couple.
Stephanie reveals how the couple used ‘guiding touch’ to interact with their kids and tell young people they were there (pictured)
‘Kate and William have shown us many times before how they enjoy having a lot of fun time with their kids and we’ve seen them really connect with their kids through fun playful treats that help them grow together as a family. In serves as wonderful bonding moments.
‘Kate and William are wonderful leaders as parents too, constantly teaching and guiding their children, exploring the world, new cultures, new hobbies with them, inculcating an able-bodied attitude in their children encourage.’
Kate, 40, made a reassuring presence throughout the emotional day, holding her daughter’s hand tightly as she arrived at Westminster Abbey and placing her hand on her son’s knee as they sat before the service.
Meanwhile, 40-year-old William was seen gently touching George’s shoulder as he and Charlotte joined the procession behind the coffin.
Stephanie explained: ‘In the special funeral situation, it was very difficult for William and Kate to come down to the children’s eye level as they normally would, although they looked directly at their children when they were in this situation. Do this.
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Kate, well, provided a reassuring presence throughout the emotional day, Prince William was also a supportive figure to his children
‘So, there was a loving touch given a guiding hand, and untold words of support, ‘I’m right here’, ‘everything is fine’, ‘I’ll protect you’, ‘this is what you need to do right now’ ‘. ,
This comes as Charlotte is seen telling George ‘he has to bow down’ as the Queen’s coffin begins its journey to Windsor.
The young royals were seen exchanging words as the coffin passed by them, as Charlotte told George, ‘You have to bow down’. George was seen lowering his head after listening to his sister.
Charlotte wore a black mourning coat and wide-brimmed hat, while George wore a dark blue suit with a black tie.
Stephanie says Charlotte’s expressions of her brother show that she was ‘excellently guided and drawn by her parents’.
She says: ‘We saw a lot of moments yesterday where Charlotte and George’s behavior was a wonderful reflection of their parents teaching them how to act and conduct themselves.
The Princess of Wales stayed close to guiding her children…
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