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The "modern approach" of Prince William and Kate Middleton, to make George the king of the future

Even though he's directly in line to be the King of England someday, Prince George features a surprisingly normal life.

Speaking to Us Weekly, a royal source offered some insights into George's upbringing and the way Prince William and Kate Middleton are moving toward a "more modern approach to parenting" than previous royals.

The source said all three Cambridge kids are encouraged to "express their emotions and ask inquiries to enable them to get older as healthy adults."

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are changing the royal parenting game.

Specifically, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are modernizing what it means to be a royal parent, a source explained to Us Weekly. consistent with the source, the pair are "strict, but fair" as parents and encourage all three of their kids (Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3) to "express their emotions and ask inquiries to enable them to get older as healthy adults."

"The royals are renowned for being 'stiff upper lip,' but William and Kate have a more modern approach to parenting and are moving faraway from that mentality," the insider notes. "Open communication is vital for them. … [But they] set boundaries and have rules in situ ."

This specialise in what helps kids grow into healthy, well-adjusted adult humans is not any surprise, considering Kate's longtime specialise in researching and bringing awareness to the importance of the first years of childhood in shaping adult outcomes in life.

While Will and Kate are obviously focused on being top notch parents to all or any three of their kids, there's extra interest in how George, who is in line to be the monarch someday, is growing up. The answer? As normally as possible, all things considered. The source says the Cambridges "want George to possess a traditional life"—which means no special treatment at college and therefore the same chores and expectations reception that any kid his age would have.

"He’s not called Prince George at college and is just referred to as George, he mixes with children his own age," the royal source added. "Kate and William don’t shower him with expensive gifts nor do they over spoil him.…George makes his bed every morning.…All the youngsters have impeccable manners and always say please and many thanks ."