Princess Kate (41) is currently very active in "Shaping Us". With her new campaign, Prince William's (40) wife wants to draw attention to the importance of early childhood, which can have a decisive influence on later development. With radio presenter Roman Kemp (30), Kate took a walk through the Hertfordshire countryside in England. In a video published on YouTube, among others, she explained on this occasion that, in her opinion, raising children is "hard these days".
The wife of the heir to the English throne and mother of Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, continued to talk about the help and support needed to bring family life back to the fore. Because according to Kate, the relationships within a family and around a young child are "so meaningful". Material things like "the number of toys" or "the amount of vacation trips" would not carry so much weight. What is much more important, however, is that the adults in a child's life offer "the right emotional support".
Radio presenter Kemp responded that he was "very much loved throughout his life," which is why he considers himself lucky. The 30-year-old wishes this would become the norm for everyone. "That's very true," declared an approving Kate.