Revealed: The Real Reason Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s Bedtime Is Non-Negotiable
Though they are a part of the British Royal Family where rules and regulations are always enforced –Prince George and Princess Charlotte are living very carefree childhoods. The pair play outside every day, participate in sports and other extracurriculars and their parents, Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton have provided a warm and open environment for them to learn and grow.
However, there is one rule that is a non-negotiable for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Their bedtime is super strict. Keep reading to find out why.
What is Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s bedtime and why is it so strict?
Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a strict bedtime of 7 p.m., and there are no exceptions. Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis’ nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo is no-nonsense. For children who have to deal with a ton of travel and being in the public eye, it’s essential for them to be well-rested.
Norland Nanny expert Louise Heren revealed to The Sun, “There will be no messing. That’s because Maria will be aware that as they step off planes, holding mum’s hands, smiling and waving to the crowds, there can’t be any crying or terrible twos or tantrums.”
What do Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s bedrooms look like?
Both Prince Charlotte and Prince George’s bedrooms have IKEA furniture all over them. Since Prince George is obsessed with dinosaurs, police cars, and fire trucks, we can assume that those toys and themes are splashed all across the tiny prince’s bedroom. Princess Charlotte might have pieces like the MAMMUT chair and table which are whimsical and reminiscent of Disney and the FLISAT dollhouse that can also be mounted on a shelf to free up more room for playing.
In 2018, during a visit to the National Museum of Architecture and Design in Stockholm, Duchess Kate Middleton told Marcus Engman —IKEA’s Head of Design that she and Prince William chose IKEA to decorate their children’s bedrooms.
Engman was thrilled by the news saying, “I’m proud that we can suit everybody. That’s what we want IKEA to be – for the many people of the world, both royalty and ordinary people.”
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photograph of their family. The photograph, taken by Matt Porteous, shows The Duke and Duchess with their three children at Anmer Hall. This photograph features on Their Royal Highnesses’ Christmas card this year.
What does Prince Louis’ nursery look like?
When Prince Louis was born, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had no clue if they were having a boy or a girl. Therefore, when it came to his nursery, which was also his brother and sister’s nursey at one point, the royal couple decided to decorate with a classic theme, Peter Rabbit. Based on the classic children’s book, Prince Louis’ nursery is full of warm blues and whimsy.
According to reports, designer, Dragons of Walton Street, “wanted to create a space for both the prince and the parents. The room is believed to be a space where the little prince can rest and play and were a mom and the nanny, Maria, can feel comfortable.” Prince George also had a Peter Rabbit theme for his nursery.
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