How Kate Is Training George, Charlotte And Louis For Their Future Roles

Prince William and Duchess Kate are the proud parents of three wonderful children, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, two. As one day Prince William will become King, which means that this trio will be even more in the spotlight then they are now. And it seems that mom Kate is already preparing them.

Judi James, a body language expert, thinks that the Duchess has already begun preparing her children for their future royal roles by getting them to follow suit during royal appearances. She explains that she has noticed Kate using some simple techniques to train them.

George Charlotte Louis clap for NHS workers
George, Charlotte and Louis clap for NHS workers

Judi got this conclusion from analyzing how the children behaved during the Trooping the Colour at Buckingham Palace last year.

Judi told Express.co.uk said: “The way Charlotte and Louis were both waving avidly suggests Kate is quietly training them for their royal role and making it fun at the same time.”

She added: “They didn’t seem to need any urging or encouragement from Kate once they were out on the balcony and Louis, in particular, looked happy to keep everyone amused by waving non-stop.”

The simple enthusiasm that the children showed when waving at the crowds prove that Kate is already giving them tips on how to do public appearances, without it feeling forced, experts say.

George Charlotte And Louis Spotted Peeking Of Window At Trooping The Colour

Meanwhile, Judi continued: “Kate’s behavior on the balcony with William, where he took Louis from her with the kind of ease and synchronicity that his own father never really achieved with his sons, suggested shared parenting rituals and a lack of the kind of signals of suppressed anxiety that you can get from parents whose kids tend to be naughty in public.”

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