Kate Middleton is encouraging “healthy” relationships between her three children and believes Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will “help take the pressure off George” in his future role, an insider has said.
Royal biographer Christopher Andersen, who wrote the book The King: The Life of King Charles III, says the Princess of Wales does not want her young children to feel like they are “replacements” like their uncle Prince Harry.
speaking to US Weeklythe insider said George and Charlotte’s relationship in particular is “much healthier than it normally would be in the Royal Family.”
The author said: ‘Prince George has all the pressure.
“He’s got these two brothers who can help him, who can take some of the pressure off and share some of the load.”
Pictured: Kate Middleton holds the hands of Prince George and Prince Louis in September 2022 before their first day at Lambrook School.
In addition, the expert affirms that the Prince and Princess of Wales do not want Charlotte, eight years old, and Louis, five, to feel “outcast”.
The expert said the couple is aware of how Prince Harry was “very hurt” at being raised in his older brother’s shadow and is aware that Charlotte and Louis don’t feel the same way.
She added: “They don’t want to feel invisible in their shadow.”
Earlier this year, Prince Harry told him The Telegraph that he is worried about the other ‘spare parts’ of the Royal Family.
During the interview, the Duke of Sussex said he hopes his efforts to highlight his own pain will pay off for the next generation.
“Even though William and I have talked about it once or twice, and he has made it very clear to me that his children are not my responsibility, I still feel a responsibility,” she said.
‘Of those three children, at least one will end up like me, the spare. And that hurts, that worries me.
Royal biographer Christopher Andersen, who wrote the book The King: The Life of King Charles III, says the Princess of Wales doesn’t want her youngest children to feel “left over” like their uncle.
The expert said of Charlotte and Louis: “You have these two brothers who can help you, who can take some of the pressure off and share some of the load.”
The Duke of Sussex spoke candidly about his concerns for Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in an interview with The Telegraph, noting that he hopes their efforts to highlight his own grief will pay dividends for the next generation.
The duke also spoke of his own children, saying he would not allow Archie, his eldest son, to go through the same “traumatic” experience as him and his brother.
Last month, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told FEMAIL how the Prince and Princess of Wales are ‘making it easy’ for Prince George and Princess Charlotte to enter royal life.
Earlier this summer, Prince William took George to watch England take on Australia at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London on what would have been Princess Diana’s 62nd birthday.
Meanwhile, eight-year-old Princess Charlotte made a surprise appearance with her parents at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham last August.
Pictured: Nine-year-old Prince George was the spitting image of 41-year-old Prince William when the ashes were spotted in June.
Pictured: Princess Charlotte pictured with her parents Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Commonwealth Games last August
R.Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams pointed out how the Prince and Princess of Wales purposefully use these types of engagements to get their children used to being in public.
The insider said: “We know how sporty Catherine is and also how carefully she and William protect their children’s privacy when they grow up.”
‘So it’s significant when they appear at sporting events. The interest is huge, but the appearances are carefully balanced naturally.
‘Attendance at sports games, where there is so much partisan enthusiasm among the spectators, is one of the most relaxed ways of facilitating (George and Charlotte) in public life.’