Kate may have ‘difficult’ time with children during Coronation- claim

Parenting and relationship expert for Munchkin, Sophie Pickles, explained that people “saw cheeky Prince Louis pulling faces during the Jubilee celebrations for the late Queen Elizabeth last year” but claimed that this time, on King Charles’s Coronation, it could be a completely different story. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are all expected to attend the King’s Coronation ceremony and procession from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace.

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Sophie explained that the increased maturity of the children will probably mean that “they have a much stronger understanding of expectations at large events like the Coronation”.

Princess Kate is a classic “calm but controlled mother, with a relatable parenting style that resonates with parents across the globe,” she commented.

“It is clear to see that Kate treats her children with love and respect, while freely admitting everyday parenting can sometimes come as a struggle.”

While Prince Louis could be calmer this time and not “pull faces” during the Coronation, the parenting expert commented that it will still be a “difficult” time for Kate given the scale of the event. “How difficult it must be to parent their children while millions of eyes are upon them,” she opined.

“Especially when the children have had enough of playing the well-behaved Prince or Princess,” she opined.

Unlike traditional royals, “Kate’s connection to her children is refreshing” and she is always by her children’s side, the parenting guru explained.

She revealed that in the past, “this coddling style of parenting would have been firmly against the rules royal parents must abide by”.

However, it is obvious that Kate knows that “the more the children spend close, quality time with their parents, the more independent they will grow”.

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The parenting expert commented that open communication is the “most important skill a parent can nurture”.

“And we know that this is something that Kate and William both value above all else, along with showing their children warmth and affection even during State events,” she said.

The expert added that “it is likely that we will see Kate’s strong parenting skills come into play yet again” at the Coronation, “as the children attend one of the most important events in their lives”.

However, Kate may also have techniques to “calm” the children in public and make sure they behave, especially Prince Louis.

In the book Guilded Youth: An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family, royal author Tom Quinn claimed that Kate uses a “secret code” with her children to “clam them down”.

The royal expert opined that “when Prince Louis misbehaved at the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, for example, by sticking his tongue out at his mother, Kate’s reaction was praised by teams of expert commentators”.

“She apparently used a secret code to calm the children as she does on occasion. Kate simply says, ‘Let’s take a break’,” he claimed.

According to the author, former staff explained that “the children know these few words carry far more weight than we might imagine”.

He suggested that “Let’s take a break” may be Kate’s signal to ask the children to behave or consequences may follow at home.

King Charles’s Coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6 at Westminster Abbey. There will be a procession from Westminster Abbey back to Buckingham Palace.

After that, working royals will gather on the Buckingham Palace balcony in the afternoon.

The Prince and Princess of Wales’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, are also expected to appear on the balcony.

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