Princes William and Harry’s tragic childhoods are well known: The brothers were just 15 (William) and 12 (Harry) when their mother was killed in a car crash in Paris. The exposure weighed heavily on them and affected them both mentally, Prince Harry revealed at a later date. In addition to protecting his children from the paparazzi, Prince William is determined to focus on the mental wellbeing of his children.
Child psychologist Emma Kenny says William and Kate will let their son make up up his own mind about whether he wants to remain embroiled in royal life.
Prince George will have a choice in whether he becomes king or not. That's according to leading child psychologist Emma Kenney, who spoke to Yahoo UK about how the pressure of being a Windsor is affecting the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's oldest son. George, who turns five on July 22, will be "brought up with a dialogue" about his birth right, says Kenney. But, despite being third-in-line to the throne, Kenny firmly believes he'll be able to decide for himself whether royal life is for him. And that's all thanks to his progressive parents, says Kenny.
It’s been almost three months since we got the first glimpse of Prince Louis in his mother’s arms on the steps of the Lindo Wing. Now, royal fans can add his christening to their diaries. Kensington Palace has confirmed that Prince Louis’ christening will take place on July 9 2018.
The royal trio took a day out to watch their father take part in a charity polo match in Tetbury.
It's not just the senior members of the royal family who have to follow strict rules of protocol.