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Kate Middleton and Prince William are the parents of three young children. Royal fans have been given a glimpse of the young royals in the last few days as they have appeared with their father.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined Prince William as he kick-started a half-marathon on the Sandringham Estate at the weekend.
It was the first time the young royals have been seen in public with their parents this year.
The Cambridges youngest son, Prince Louis, was not in attendance.
Kate and Prince William will mostly keep their children out of the public eye.
They will only join their parents for the occasional royal outing and they are sometimes seen in portraits released by the Cambridges to mark special events.
When the Cambridges have stepped out as a family, royal enthusiasts have been given a glimpse into the parenting of Kate and Prince William.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, body language expert Judi James analysed their parenting style during public appearances.
She suggested the Duchess of Cambridge has taken a “hands-off” approach to parenting in order to encourage “independence”.
The expert stated: “In one picture, Kate opts for a slightly more self-diminished pose, sitting smiling with her legs crossed while George and Charlotte do their own thing.
“The way she’s holding Charlotte suggests she’ll step in if necessary but otherwise create a slightly more relaxed, hands-off presence.
“It’s obvious Kate provides high levels of fun in their children’s lives.
“The way Kate’s laughing with Charlotte shows she’s keen for them to have as much fun in their lives as possible.”
Kate’s body language could suggest a focus on independence and fun, Judi suggested.
The mother-of-three may also focus on building their confidence ahead of a life in the public eye.
“Kate obviously finds it important to create a five strong unit,” Judi continued.
“Her attention and bonding techniques seem to involve bending to the child’s height to communicate, which might suggest a desire to grow their confidence by tuning into them to make them feel more grown-up and independent.
“Kate has used a face-gazing technique with Charlotte.
“Her wide smile of delight shows she’s also totally besotted.
“With Charlotte lifted in a standing position, the body language suggests Kate’s happy to present her daughter as more of an independent, active spirit.”
The Cambridge children could have important royal roles in the future and are third, fourth and fifth in line to the British throne.
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