‘She would love him to’: Kate’s hope for George shows Cambridges’ approach to parenting

‘She would love him to’: Kate’s hope for George shows Cambridges’ approach to parenting

06/01/2021

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This includes getting them involved in lots of activities other children enjoy. The royal disclosed in one conversation she is keen for Prince George, seven, to join a certain club.

Kate would like her son to join the Scouts.

The wish came to light when Kate attended a scouts meeting in March 2019.

After the visit, Scout Tahseen Patel described her meeting with the Duchess of Cambridge.

“She was interested in the early years and how you learn things in Scouting that you don’t learn in school and elsewhere like you learn way more things in Scouting,” Tasheen said.

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“And how she wants her children to grow up in the Scouting movement, not just in school because she tries doing things at home but there’s only so much you can do and you need to build relationships with other people.”

On George joining the Scouts, Tasheen said: “He hasn’t yet, but she said she’d love him to.”

Scouts is the only activity the royals are keen for George to enjoy.

He is often taken to watch the football by Aston Villa fan Prince William.

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The little boy enjoys the game, even when other spectators don’t.

Prince William said in the BBC documentary, Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health, he and George enjoyed “a good weekend of football.”

He added: “I wasn’t celebrating, that was the problem, I was sitting with the home fans.

“George did my bit of celebrating for me.”

He is also keen to let George choose his own football team to support.

William said on footballer Peter Crouch’s podcast: “I’m trying not to persuade him to be a Villa fan – I’m letting him choose his own way.

“It’s about finding what fits for him.”

He went on: “Previously I was a bit concerned about him supporting Chelsea, but now Frank’s (Lampard) come in I feel the culture’s a bit different at Chelsea and I’d be ok with it. I do like the values and the ethos of the club.

“I want them to look after the players and set a good example to the young fans. I want our children, when they go to the match, to come away loving what they’ve seen, enjoying it, and seeing their role models behave in a way that we’d all want them to.”

Kate Middleton’s parenting has been described as “refreshing” by experts. /life-style/life/1439405/kate-middleton-duchess-of-cambridge-parenting-techniques-tradition-expert-latest-uk

Expert Daniel Glastonbury from Captain Dan Tastic, explained that the couple are breaking traditional protocol with their children.

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