Kate Middleton wants to raise her kids like Lady Louise and Viscount Severn

The Princess of Wales wants to raise her children in the same style as Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, a royal book claims.

The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown, by Katie Nicholl, Kate Middleton claims Kate Middleton is a fan of parenting techniques used by the Wessexes, who share children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 12.

Although their parents work in the royal family, the children, who are the youngest grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, were raised without the titles of HRH and far from the public eye.

It is said that the Princess of Wales wanted to raise her children like Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex raised their own

It is said that the Princess of Wales wanted to raise her children like Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex raised their own

Kate Middleton is said to admire the way the couple have raised James, Viscount Severn, 14, and Lady Louise Windsor, 18, both of whom grew up without HRH titles and out of the public eye.

Kate Middleton is said to admire the way the couple have raised James, Viscount Severn, 14, and Lady Louise Windsor, 18, both of whom grew up without HRH titles and out of the public eye.

Nicole claimed that Kate, 40, was impressed by how Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex were able to give their children a quiet upbringing despite being at the heart of the royal family.

During the pandemic, Sophie Wessex, 57, said she wants her children to grow up with a strong work ethic.

After completing school in June of this year, Mrs. Louise Windsor showed she had taken care of her mother’s wishes when it was revealed that she had taken a summer job at the Garden Centre.

Although the name and location of the garden center has not been revealed, it is believed that the Queen’s granddaughter was earning £6.83 an hour on her role.

After receiving her A Level results in August, Buckingham Palace confirmed the 18-year-old would enroll at the University of St Andrews, following in the footsteps of her cousin, Prince William, 40. While the Prince of Wales studied geography, Louise would catch up on reading English.

It has not yet been decided whether Louise will become a working property after she graduates.

Sibling love: Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are seen walking hand in hand at Windsor Castle, their dear grandmother's final resting place.

Sibling love: Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are seen walking hand in hand at Windsor Castle, their dear grandmother’s final resting place.

Sibling unity: The young royals were inseparable throughout the day and were hardly seen apart from each other.  Pictured here at Wellington Arch after the funeral service at Westminster Abbey

Sibling unity: The young royals were inseparable throughout the day and were hardly seen apart from each other. Pictured here at Wellington Arch after the funeral service at Westminster Abbey

Prince George (right) and Princess Charlotte (centre) at Wellington Arch as Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was carried to the sanctuary before a final trip to Windsor

Prince George (right) and Princess Charlotte (centre) at Wellington Arch as Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin was carried to the sanctuary before a final trip to Windsor

Meeting with well-wishers outside the Sandringham Estate last week, Kate and William gave a glimpse into how they raised their bosom, telling members of the public that they wanted to keep things ‘as normal as possible’ for Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four. .

Royal author Nicole wrote that while the Prince and Princess of Wales are raising their children in a realistic style, the future of Prince George of Wales has been somewhat cemented as heir to the throne.

Although seven-year-old Princess Charlotte of Wales may have more choices about her role within the family, she remains “the backup”, so she should keep that in mind if she pursues another career. Meanwhile, four-year-old Prince Louis can choose to become a non-working king.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined Lady Louise and Viscount Severn for a state funeral and commemoration of Her Majesty the Queen, who died peacefully at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle on September 8.

Having been described as the King’s “favorite” granddaughter, Louise is known for her passion for all things equestrianism with both her grandmother and her late grandfather Prince Philip.

Mrs. Louise looked emotional as she took her place next to her grandmother’s coffin.

She wore a traditional black dress for the event, which she wore with the necklace, which appeared to be made of silver-tone metal.

Mrs. Louise and James, Viscount Severn is photographed at the Queen's Committal Service, held at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle

Mrs. Louise and James, Viscount Severn is photographed at the Queen’s Committal Service, held at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle

After Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended Her Majesty’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London, they traveled with their mother, Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, to St George’s Chapel in Windsor for a commissioning service, where the Queen is buried.

Many royal fans expected Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, not to have a role in the commissioning service, but were photographed walking into the chapel behind Her Majesty’s coffin.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte of Wales stood in the front row at Westminster Abbey singing carols while standing with their parents.

The Princess of Wales made a reassuring presence throughout, holding her daughter’s hand tightly on the family’s arrival at Westminster Abbey – and a pat on the knee for her eldest son while the family sat before the service.

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