How Hard Is To Be A (Royal) Mum? Kate Middleton - Emotional Confessions

We saw Kate Middleton in countless appearances with her children. Apart from being a perfect lady, Kate Middleton is also a dedicated mother.

Many people think being a royal must be awesome - fame, luxury, money. And maybe it is, in a certain sense. But being a royal is, first and foremost, about doing your duty and working for the benefit of your people. And, if you want to be worthy of a crown and also be a good parent, well, this may be really tough, as being a mother in itself is already one of the most complicated "jobs" in the world.

The whole world was amused during Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee about the conduct of little Prince Louis, Kate and William's youngest son. Prince Louis' expressions of boredom and annoyance won many hearts, with many saying he deserves his own meme. But is Prince George a spoiled boy?

But is Prince George a spoiled boy? Yes and no. The Duchess does everything she can to educate her children.

Kate Middleton Experiences A Mothers' Guilt

Her Royal Highness participated in a mother's podcast, "Happy Mum, Happy Baby", where she made some emotional confessions.

Kate Middleton is, without a doubt, a good mother, and the love for her children is obvious in her gestures when she meets them. Her greatest pain remains her lack of time as royal duties keep her away from her children longer than she would like.

Many women may envy her, but Kate's soul struggles when she goes on diplomatic missions and must leave her kids behind.

According to MyLondon, the Duchess of Cambridge has confessed that she sometimes feels ‘mum guilt’ especially when it comes to her little girl Princess Charlotte. Kate explained how she finds it difficult leaving her three children George, Charlotte, and Louis when royal duties take her and her husband Prince William overseas.

The Duchess detailed: "It’s a constant challenge – you hear it over and over again from mums, even mums who aren’t necessarily working and aren’t forced to juggle work and family life."

"[You’re] always kind of questioning your own decisions and your own judgments and things like that, and I think that starts from the moment you have a baby."

The future Queen of England says that she has often asked herself if she is doing well, and this insecurity appears "from the first moment you became a mother."

Kate Is Lucky To Have People Who Love & Support Her Around

How does she deal with the "mothers' guilt"? "The more people you have around your children who are safe, loving, and caring, the better," she said.

She continued, "So yeah, it was a real weight off my shoulders that it’s not really totally my responsibility to do everything. We all have good days and bad days. You can dilute that with other people who aren’t struggling on that particular day."

"I think it makes a big difference for your child, keeping him as consistent and happy as possible."

The mother quilt turmoiled the lives of many women in the royal family. Some long and distant journeys made Queen Elizabeth and Princess Diana miss the children a lot.

But Kate Middleton is lucky. She has a great relationship with Prince William, they support and understand each other a lot, which contributes enormously to a wonderful family atmosphere.

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