Kate Middleton Wants to Instill Specific Values in George & Charlotte

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Another day, another way the Duchess of Cambridge inspires us. On Monday, Kate Middleton spent the morning at the Place2Be Big Assembly at Mitchell Brook Primary School in London with Prince William. During her appearance, Kate, who stunned in a bright red Luisa Spagnoli suit and black pumps, revealed the crucial lessons she's trying to teach her "little children, George and Charlotte."


During her speech, the future Queen of England talked to children about the importance of having a safe place somewhere -- or in someone they can talk to when they're upset, mad, or sad. "When I was growing up, I was very lucky. My family was the most important thing to me. They provided me with somewhere safe to grow and learn, and I know I was fortunate not to have been confronted by serious adversity at a young age," the duchess told students. "If we are worried, upset, lonely or angry -- the best thing to do is to talk to someone about it. Whether that is your mother or father, a teacher or a friend," she continued.

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The duchess then brought her own children up, and talked about how she hopes to instill these values in them, as well. "My parents taught me about the importance of qualities like kindness, respect, and honesty, and I realize how central [that] values like these have been to me throughout my life," she said. "That is why William and I want to teach our little children, George and Charlotte, just how important these things are as they grow up."

If there's one thing that's very near and dear to William and Kate's hearts, it's the well-being of young children. Charlotte and George are incredibly lucky to have such present and attentive parents in their lives -- and Place2B is equally lucky to have the duke and duchess as patrons. Without a doubt, their involvement will help children who weren't as fortunate to grow up like Kate. 

Yaaas, (future) Queen.

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