Prince William, 37, is a busy royal and over 200 nominations a year on behalf of his 93-year-old grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. Despite a complete schedule, he tried to spend as much time as possible with his children, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one. He faces a problem that many other fathers (and mothers) should know. This chatted William during a tea lesson with the winners of "Diana Awards".
Prince George and Princess Charlotte: rivals on the lawn
George and Charlotte are not immune from competition, according to William. This is seen in a sport that has already thwarted nations: football. There is a passion, an explosion – and apparently also in little Cambridge. William reveals to 14-year-old Olivia Hancock, her two children who would like to play together. But George seems to be pretty competitive. "When I spoke with Prince William, he told me to play football with George and Charlotte while Charlotte was at the door." George said, "Charlotte, I'm better than you." , said Olivia "Hello."
Prince William's trick for harmony between brothers and sisters
George seems to like to annoy his little sister. William found a pretty smart solution to the problem. Her spelling is simple, but carries an important message to her children: "George, Charlotte could be as good as you." An effective message that encourages Charlotte to give George an important lesson while eliminating the current rivalry. A lot of parents, dear Prince William!
This article was published on gala.de.