Adopting a strategy from her. The late Princess Diana appears to have had an impact on Duchess Kate’s parenting as her children continue to become older.
“I believe that [Kate] has in some ways learnt how to maintain her composure. Princess Diana, for instance, was always under a tonne of strain and stress.
Meier told Us on Wednesday, July 6, while promoting her collaboration with PayPal, “I believe we’re seeing the Duchess of Cambridge follow the same route of keeping her calm, even if maybe behind closed doors [she] doesn’t feel like that. But [Kate] does a great job of never revealing anything other than grace. She definitely copied that from Princess Diana’s book, in my opinion.
The late princess, who had two children with ex-husband Prince Charles, Prince William, and Prince Harry, passed away at the age of 36 after being hurt in a vehicle accident in Paris. William was fifteen when she passed away in 1997, and Harry was twelve.
In 2011, The Duke of Cambridge, 40, wed Kate, also 40. Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, are their shared children. For his part, the 37-year-old Duke of Sussex married Meghan Markle in 2018. The couple, who had previously left their top positions in the royal family, had a 3-year-old boy named Archie and a 13-month-old daughter named Lilibet.
Meier told Us that one aspect of Kate’s effective parenting style is that she doesn’t send her kids to etiquette classes.
It has been acknowledged that the kids aren’t receiving any formal etiquette instruction. Actually, the Duchess of Cambridge is instructing them. The Duchess has been doing a tremendous job of training the kids, so that’s kind of how it works internally: as they’re getting ready to meet someone or get off an aeroplane.
“Now we’re going to meet this individual,” she is saying, the creator of Beaumont Etiquette said. You act in this manner. This is how one should bow. And I adore how there doesn’t appear to be any pressure on anyone to be anything they aren’t.
These are really such adorable young kids, and they behave respectfully and learn manners from the Duchess and the Duke [of Cambridge] in the finest possible ways.
Meier believes that the ideal model is how Kate handled her kids’ misbehaviour at the Platinum Jubilee. Louis garnered media attention last month for his outbursts during a celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years as monarch.
“I think she performed fantastically. Any parent or anybody with a young child in their life is aware of how challenging it may be. She maintained her composure, which made her even more charming and sympathetic than before, the author said. “She dealt with him. She corrected him, but she left his mouth open. She did nothing that would have raised questions. She truly handled it so politely and expertly.
Meier, who received her training in the Royal Household of Her Majesty the Queen, is currently applying her knowledge of royal etiquette to her job with PayPal. The collaboration offers advice on various financial situations that people may face in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
“I wanted to collaborate with PayPal so that we could exchange advice on how to handle some of these challenging circumstances. It may be anything—from a BBQ to a birthday party—that leads to these new difficult financial situations, the Florida native stated.
“There are just a lot of questions. We thus said, “Let’s get together, address these problems, and simplify things for people.” With PayPal, it’s now really simple to transfer and receive money, therefore let’s do away with the unpleasantness of doing so.