Long ago, Prince William said that Kate Middleton would probably not approve of getting him PS4. While the Prince saw some potential in the new PlayStation console, he was sure that the Duchess of Cambridge would relieve his pleasure from the first immersion in the head. Considering that he admitted that the system is addictive, it is not surprising that the young mother will be indecisive.
As it turned out, Prince William was probably right, since Middleton brought his husband to a few matches home-grown rules.
iPads are banned in the Kensington Palace
Royal parents are doing their best to give their children a normal childhood. Of course, they are raised as royal, but they certainly deserve the opportunity to take their youth. For many children, this means having access to a large number of video games on portable systems as well as home consoles.
Although princesses and princesses enjoy their molding years, they are not allowed to interfere with one of Apple's most consuming products, the iPad. Experienced parents encourage their children to play outdoors when the weather is good or interact with "analogue" toys. Given that the couple grew superbly without access to gadgets with tons of bells, this is not surprising. They just want their children to use their imaginations and live a real childhood that is not guided by television and video games.
TV is also limited to the Kensington Palace
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are trying to limit the screen time for their elder Prince George. For several years on the planet, he has developed a love of television and already has several favorite shows and video games. Loving parents give Prince George one hour of television time every day. Why do not his younger brothers and sisters follow such standards?
If the Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis showed a strong interest in television, they certainly would have to adhere to these rules. Because the two younger ones like to spend time in the garden with their mother more than when they go to the TV. Prince George also has other hobbies that hold him busy after he uses his TV time, including skiing, tennis, playing in the garden with his brothers and sisters, and enjoying his dinosaur numbers.
Why are Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis playing?
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis get the opportunity to use their imaginations to satisfy their hearts. They are offered to enjoy sports, play outdoors and interact with old school toys. What are some of the royal children? Prince George absolutely loves the notorious colorful building blocks, Legos. Before discovering Lego's joy, he had some tree-like blocks to hone his skills. The young prince also was presented with a wonderful horse-swing, a bike, which he loves to ride, and the trees of the train. He has already shown intense love for two specific subsets of toys: things on wheels and police items.
Charlotte's Princess was gifted with a tree walker when she was very young and used it to push some of her other toys. When she became older, she developed love for more tree toys and Princesses of Disney. Given that Prince Louis is so young, he still does not have any favorites, but with two older brothers and sisters, to show him the ropes, he will undoubtedly handle the non-electronic toy life.
Any other toys in the palace are forbidden?
Outside the iPads ban and limit the time on the screen there is one awesome board game that has made the unlucky list in the Kensington Palace. The popular board game Monopoly. The royal family as a whole is not allowed to play this game. Although nobody knows who started this rule, Prince Andrew once commented that seven are not allowed to play at home. In his opinion, "it becomes too vicious." Anyone who played in the "Monopoly" knows how to get unfortunate things, so it's probably good that it is not allowed at the children's table, or at any table!