Kate Middleton concerned about the behavior of George in the wedding of Pippa 18/05/2017 to 17:00
Kate Middleton would be concerned about the behavior adopted by George and Charlotte at the wedding of Pippa, who was entrusted the roles of boy and bridesmaid.
Pippa Middleton will indeed unite his destiny to that of James Matthews, a businessman, a multimillionaire of 41 years, may 20, next, in the Church of St. Mark Englefield, reminds People, relayed by Gala.
For the occasion, George and Charlotte, the two children of the duchess of Cambridge, have been chosen by their aunt to be his boy and his maid of honor.
According to People, quoting a close family, the biggest fear of Kate Middleton is the behavior of her two children.
The wife of prince William would have entrusted to you ” be a little concerned about the behavior that will have her two children. She hopes that they will behave correctly, but confess that at that age, one is not sure of anything”.
Gala said in April that the little George is often in the throes of a tantrum.
The weekly magazine asked at the time about the way in which the anger of the prince Georges are managed by her mom.
Since she has experienced the joys of motherhood, the duchess of Cambridge is illustrated with methods of education that are unique to a “mixture of authority and patience.”
Kate Middleton would have never left reflected “an ounce of impatience or anger, she called today with the results of positive education, based on listening and the development of the child in the dialogue,” reported the publication.
It would be a point of honor to teach his children honesty. “Just as important as excellence in mathematics or in sport “, she explains.
Citing a close source, people magazine explained that the duchess of Cambridge “would be able to shout and roll around on the ground for that he realizes the ridiculousness of the situation.”
This behavior ” the amuse at the start “, and the third in the order of succession to the british crown eventually calm down.
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