Prince George and Princess Charlotte may be two of the luckiest tots around, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the small prince and princess’ every whim is indulged.
Taking a leaf out of Diana’s book, William and Kate have shown themselves to be hands-on parents to Charlotte and George.
There are also some aspects of parenting on which Kate and William are firm – and what they let their children play with is one of them.
So you won’t see the prince and princess absorbed in a particularly juicy episode of Peppa Pig on mum or dad’s iPad.
According to US Magazine , George and Charlotte are having as "unplugged" a childhood as possible and reportedly are not allowed to use iPads or play with any electronic devices at home.
The ‘childhood unplugged’ movement encourages parents to stop their children from relying on technology for entertainment, so they can learn more about the world around them.
Instead, they are said to encourage them to play with toys, as well as enjoy outside play and to use their imaginations.
It also means, according to the magazine, that they can bond as a family.
This more traditional streak is also echoed in the way Kate dresses them.
The Duchess of Cambridge favours non-gimmicky, more classic styles for her kids – and photos of them at home have shown them playing with more traditional toys – no Pokemon Go! for these kids.