Here's the one toy that Prince George and Princess Charlotte are forbidden to play with

Rebelander Basilan
Dec 13, 2018
06:48 P.M.
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte don’t get to use iPads at home.


A source close to Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed that the pair wants their children to play with traditional toys instead of gadgets.

“They’re very much seen as Mummy and Daddy’s toys, not for children,” the source claimed. “As two people who grew up without gadgets for entertainment themselves, William and Kate are firm believers in toys, outdoor play and encouraging an active imagination.”

George, 4, who is attending Norfolk’s Westacre Montessori School, is fond of having long conversations with his father.


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According to the palace insider, George “is at an age where he’s starting to realize that the world he lives in is different to his friends.”


The young prince is said to be full of questions when he and his father spend time together. “He’s growing up to be a very confident young boy,” the source added.


In fact, William is said to be fond of asking little George about the boy’s worldviews.

Kate and Charlotte’s bond is also as strong as the father-and-son duo. “Wherever Kate goes, so does Charlotte,” the insider said. Charlotte will start preschool in 2019.

The mother-and-daughter duo often spend time together inside their 18th-century home’s recently renovated kitchen.


“Whenever the housekeeper or Kate are preparing food, Charlotte needs her own toy set by her side to imitate,” the insider said.

Charlotte loves playing wooden toys and Disney princess dolls. “I don’t think it’s quite dawned on her that she’s a princess herself,” observed the insider.



The royal couple welcomed their third child, Prince Louis, on April 23, 2018, at 11:01 am. Hours later, William left his wife's side to collect his children from Kensington Palace.

Hearts melted when George and Charlotte visited their mother and their newborn sibling at St. Mary’s Hospital.