It's quite a steamy season, with Prince William and Kate Middleton breaking a number of traditions. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are trying to give Prince George and Princess Charlotte 'normal' lives and do not want to send them to a traditional boarding school. Kate, instead, is trying to keep her children close home for as long as possible.
For Kate Middleton, it has always been "Children First," according to Celebdirty Laundry. Hence, following the lead of Zara Philip and her husband, Mike Tindall, the royal parents have made it clear that they do not want to send off their children to boarding school.
There is some hot water brewing, though. Rumours indicate that Queen Elizabeth is not too happy with Kate Middleton's educational plans for her children. An inside source that is close to the royal family even told Woman's Day Magazine,
"The royals have traditionally made very standoffish parents. In the case of George and Charlotte, however, they always come first. As far as Wills and Kate are concerned, there are no exceptions to the rule."
Going to the various events that followed the royal couple this year, Prince William and Kate Middleton are happy to break the royal rules and follow their own for the sake of their children. Hence, Kate is trying to be a "hands-on parent" with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. She wants to be at home with her children rather than visit royal engagements and charity events.
That is why she insisted on taking her children with her when she travelled on overseas trips to places like Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. The Princess made sure that her children were by her side, wherever she went.
Insiders also claim that even Prince William does not want Prince George and Princess Charlotte to live his kind of life. He wants them, instead, to experience ordinary, normal lives.