Kate Middleton ‘wants to raise her children like Lady Louise and Viscount Severn’

The Princess of Wales wants to raise her children in the same style as Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, a royal book claims.

The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown, by Katie Nicholl, claims Kate Middleton admires the parenting techniques of the Wessexes, who are shared by children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 12.

Despite their parents being working royals, the children, the youngest grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, grew up without HRH titles and out of the public eye.

The Princess of Wales reportedly wants to raise her children the way Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex raised their children

The Princess of Wales reportedly wants to raise her children the way Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex raised their children

Kate Middleton reportedly admires the style the couple used to raise James, Viscount Severn, 14, and Lady Louise Windsor, 18, both of whom grew up without HRH titles and out of the public eye

Kate Middleton reportedly admires the style the couple used to raise James, Viscount Severn, 14, and Lady Louise Windsor, 18, both of whom grew up without HRH titles and out of the public eye

Nicholl claimed Kate, 40, admires how Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex have managed to give their children a quiet upbringing despite being at the heart of the royal family.

During the pandemic, Sophie Wessex, 57, said she wanted her children to grow up with a strong work ethic.

And after finishing school in June this year, Lady Louise Windsor revealed that she had listened to her mother’s wishes when it was revealed she had taken a summer job at a garden centre.

Although the name and location of the garden center have not been disclosed, it is believed the Queen’s granddaughter was making £6.83 an hour in her role.

After receiving her A Level results in August, Buckingham Palace confirmed the 18-year-old would attend the University of St Andrews and follow in the footsteps of her cousin, Prince William, 40. While the Prince of Wales was studying geography, Louise will be reading English.

It’s not yet decided whether Louise will become a working royal after she graduates.

Sibling love: The couple Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, were spotted side by side at Windsor Castle, the final resting place of their precious great-grandmother

Sibling love: The couple Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, were spotted side by side at Windsor Castle, the final resting place of their precious great-grandmother

Sibling unity: The young royals were inseparable throughout the day and were rarely seen from each other's sides. Pictured here at Wellington Arch after the funeral service at Westminster Abbey

Sibling unity: The young royals were inseparable throughout the day and were rarely seen from each other’s sides. Pictured here at Wellington Arch after the funeral service at Westminster Abbey

Prince George (right) and Princess Charlotte (centre) at Wellington Arch, where Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was transferred to the hearse before a final trip to Windsor

Prince George (right) and Princess Charlotte (centre) at Wellington Arch, where Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin was transferred to the hearse before a final trip to Windsor

At a meeting with well-wishers outside the Sandringham Estate last week, Kate and William gave an insight into how they are raising their brood and told the public they wanted to keep things “as normal as possible” for Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte , seven, and Prince Louis, four.

Royal author Nicholl wrote that while the Prince and Princess of Wales are raising their children in a down-to-earth style, Prince George of Wales has his future as heir to the throne pretty much set in stone.

Although seven-year-old Princess Charlotte of Wales has more choices when it comes to her role within the family, she remains the ‘reserve’ so she needs to keep that in mind if she chooses a different career. Meanwhile, Prince Louis, four, could choose to become a non-working royal.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined Lady Louise and Viscount Severn for the state funeral and burial of Her Majesty The Queen, who died peacefully at Balmoral Castle on September 8 at the age of 96.

Described as the monarch’s “favourite granddaughter”, Louise famously shared a passion for all things equestrian with both her grandmother and late grandfather Prince Philip.

Lady Louise looked emotional as she took her place at her grandmother’s coffin.

She wore a traditional black dress for the event, which she accessorised with the necklace, which appeared to be made from a silver-tone metal.

Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, pictured at the Queen's Committal Service, held at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle

Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, pictured at the Queen’s Committal Service, held at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle

After attending Her late Majesty’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London, Prince George and Princess Charlotte traveled with their mother, Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, to a memorial service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, where the Queen was buried .

Many royal fans were expecting Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, not to play any part in the committal service, but they were pictured walking behind Her Majesty’s coffin into the chapel.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte of Wales had front row seats at Westminster Abbey as they sang hymns while standing with their parents.

The Princess of Wales provided a reassuring presence throughout, holding her daughter’s hand as the family arrived at Westminster Abbey – and patting her eldest son on the knee as the family sat before the service.

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