Kate Middleton may have to face the most challenging part of being a royal mom. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been protective of their three children, but they might need to expose them to the world earlier than expected.
Kate Middleton And Prince William's Children Could Potentially Save The Monarchy
There are rumors that the future of the monarchy is unclear after Queen Elizabeth II. The public is currently supportive of it because of Her Majesty. However, many aren't sure if it will continue when Prince Charles takes over the throne.
According to Daniela Elser, the Cambridge children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis — might be able to help the royals win the public support.
"The palace needs the public to buy into the concept of a monarchy. Which is why any growing disinterest is so dangerous for them," she wrote per Express. "To shore up public support for the Royal Family, they will need all hands on the royal deck. The palace will have to deploy their most beguiling and adorable assets. Namely, the Cambridge Three."
However, Elser also knew that this move would not be easy for Prince William's life. Middleton, a commoner, has strived to give their children a normal childhood. So, Elser believed "that would not be a thrilling prospect" for the future queen.
Kate Middleton And Prince William Want A Peaceful Childhood For Kids
Prince William and Kate Middleton are aware of the future of their children. They know that their eldest son, Prince George, is in-line with the throne, like his grandfather Prince Charles and dad Prince William. Meanwhile, his other siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, have "different destinies" and will embark on their own journey as members of the monarchy.
As parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very hands-on. They drop their kids off and pick them up from school. They also have nightly dinners. Prince William and Middleton encouraged their kids to discover their interests outside of royal duties.
They center their parenting approach to "stability."
"William is working with Kate to help all their children develop what they find personally fulfilling," royal historian Robert Lacey wrote for People. "As royal parents, both Kate and William have focused on … working to ensure that all three of their children enjoy the peaceful childhood that eluded William and Harry."
So, let's see if Elser is right and if the Cambridge children will make more public appearances.
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