Kate Middleton’s ‘warm’ parenting technique known to boost child’s development

Kate Middleton, 38, is a mum to three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. When it comes to parenting, the Duchess of Cambridge has a special technique

Parenting isn’t always going to be easy.

Most mums and dads will have a certain technique when discipling their children, even the Royal Family.

Although Kate Middleton does receive help, the Duchess of Cambridge is known to express her passions for being a mum.

Appearing on the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast, the 38-year-old spoke about her role as a parent.

She told host Giovanna Fletcher: “There’s such a pull, but I am such a hands-on mum.

“And whatever you’re doing you want to make sure you’re doing the uttermost best job you can for your children.”

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The mum has been known to express her passion for parenting

In the past, many experts have looked into the Duchess’s parenting methods.

Her techniques have been described as “warm” and parenting expert Sue Atkins say she’s a “lighthouse mum”.

Kate has a few tricks up her sleeves, which we saw at her sister Pippa’s wedding.

The Duchess gave George, seven, a pat on the head, that has been said to be a good way to discipline children in public.

She pats George's head which could boost a child's development

Dr Rebecca Chicot, founder of Essential Parent, told the Sun : “It’s very hard for any parent to have to parent in public.

“She seems to be good at making warm contact ‘touch to the head’ which is a nice connection.”

Even science has shown Kate’s parenting technique to be hugely beneficial for a child’s development.

Children who are touched more by their mums were found to have used the “social” parts of their brains two more days later.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pictured with their children

Recently, another of Kate’s discipline tricks were revealed where it shows how the Duchess communicates with her children.

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