Kate follows in the footsteps of Lady Diana and reveals her life lesson to George and Charlotte, sending a message to Meghan
Before being the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton is a mother, always ready to give her children an important life lesson.
The 36-year-old has never hidden from considering the time spent with her three children precious and to follow in the footsteps of Lady Diana, who loved running barefoot on the grass with William and Harry, playing hide-and-seek with them, but above all embracing them, even in public. Despite the strict royal protocol, the People's Princess has always shown itself to be particularly affectionate with the little ones, showing great tenderness and love for their children.
Similarly, Kate Middleton taught George and Charlotte the importance of physical contact and hugs, which no one denies. She revealed it herself during a visit to the Basildon Sporting Center to support the Core Coach program, which offers sports activities to people with physical and mental disabilities, to improve their existence. When Janet Emery, suffering from Down syndrome, approached the Duchess, she embraced her without hesitation.
"Hugs are very important – Kate clarified shortly after -. This is what I always tell my children. " William's wife never hid from wanting to live her role as a mother fully and this, as she often explained, means above all spending quality time with George, Charlotte and Louis, with whom he runs on the grass, prepares the pasta of pizza and chasing spiders (yes, that's right!).
"Spending quality time together is an important aspect of family life – he explained some time ago – and for me, as a mother, the moments I love most are the simplest moments like playing outdoors". The more years pass, the more Kate looks like Diana and is increasingly convinced to follow the Princess's example in creating a relationship with her children made up of complicity and affection.
It is no coincidence that Kensington Palace sources report that Meghan, now that she is pregnant, would have already asked the Duchess of Cambridge for help, to understand how to manage her role as a member of the Royal Family and mother. The example of Kate (and even before that of Lady Diana) will help the American actress, who after her wedding with Harry is preparing to face another important test.