Closer Weekly: Prince William and Kate Middleton Are Raising Well-Mannered and Respectful Kids

Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly teaching their three children how to remain grounded despite the authority that comes with being a member of the British Royal Family.

Even though they have the luxury of their father's royal heritage at their fingertips, Prince William and Kate Middleton, have ensured that their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, remain grounded.

Prince William and Kate Middleton attend the Coach Core graduation ceremony at The London Stadium on October 18, 2017 in London, England | Photo: Getty Images

Prince William and Kate Middleton attend the Coach Core graduation ceremony at The London Stadium on October 18, 2017 in London, England | Photo: Getty Images

The information came from an inside source who exclusively told Closer Weekly that, "Their parents are teaching them to be well-mannered and respectful. The children always have to say 'please' and 'thank you.'"

William and Kate had, in recent, taken to homeschooling their children during the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak.

William and Kate even took things up a notch as they reportedly desist from asking their "housekeeper" to help their children out with their chores. With that in mind, Charlotte and George more often than not end up making their beds every morning.

Another principle that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are inputting in their kids would be that they show appreciation to those who deserve it.

According to Harper's Bazaar, the family of five were spotted coming out from their Anmer Hall home to join thousands of people across the U.K. in a joint round of applause that honored first responders.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla also participated in the moving act as they were seen standing in front of their Birkhall residence in Scotland.

Meanwhile, William and Kate had, in recent, taken to homeschooling their children during the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak.

Homeschooling became a necessity after the U.K. government announced that all schools would remain closed until further notice due to the pandemic.

Hello! Magazine reported that during an appearance on "BBC Breakfast," the Cambridges admitted that they kept George and Charlotte, in the dark about the Easter holidays as they continued to homeschool through virtual platforms during the break.

That report came weeks before Charlotte's birthday and Vogue's report that featured all the birthday shoots that the royal children have taken over the years.

The images, which were shared via their parents' official Instagram page, showed Charlotte, George, and Louis looking as adorable as ever as they marked their milestones.

It has been assumed that the photos were snapped by Kate, who has continued to show her passion for photography to the public.

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