Most recently, George, 8, joined his parents in the Wembley stands to cheer on England’s football team during Euro 2020 earlier this summer.
George stole the headlines for his adorable celebration after Luke Shaw’s early goal against Italy in the final.
Sami Wunder, a dating and relationship expert, heaped praise on the Duke and Duchess’ decision to bring him to Wembley.
She told Express.co.uk: “I thought it was a really positive move.
“It makes them much more reachable and far less exclusive.
“I think we know that William and George are heirs to the throne and they show up despite Covid and those things in a stadium with 100,000 other fans.
“I think it’s a very positive sign of being modern, being a part of modern society and not somebody who’s arrogant and stuck up and stuck in a castle somewhere inaccessible.”
Ms Wunder was particularly intrigued by the family dynamics witnessed at Wembley.
She said: “I think what was even more interesting was to see the family dynamics, which was: this is a present father, this is a present mother.
“And you can’t rehearse these things, you can’t make children behave a certain way – I know this because I have a five-year-old myself.
“It’s impossible to give an instruction and get that out of them.”
She described what she saw as a “very natural, honest, authentic representation of the kind of parenting William and Kate are doing”.
Ms Wunder continued: “The hugs, the joy, being able to be sad, being able to be jovial.
“There were hugs with Kate, I think all of it was just a representation of the emotional availability of the parents for George.
“That’s beautiful to watch because it’s interesting that William and Kate don’t talk so much about parenting, but they just live with it and they just demonstrate it and it’s not for public viewing, but we just ended up being lucky to catch a glimpse of what’s really going on.”
A parenting expert recently told Express.co.uk how William and Kate have done some things differently to other royals.
Mohammed Patel is managing director at Kiddies Kingdom.
He said: “In the past it would be unheard of for a royal parent to kneel down to their child at a public engagement, but showing this kind of affection to her three children has become the norm for Kate.”
William has also been seen kneeling down to the level of his children, during the Euro 2020 final and also during the magnificent last 16 win over Germany.
He added: “This is a less-traditional parenting style that would not have been used by previous royals, demonstrating how Kate is breaking the norm and paving the way for a new type of royalty.”
Kate and William’s parenting style is described as “unique” by Mr Patel, and strives to teach their three children the importance of “normal life”.
Mr Patel finished: “She is moving away from royal traditions, creating her own style that is in line with both her own values and today’s society.
“Above all, Kate is a mother we can relate to. She is raising her children to be respectful, but most importantly, happy and loved.”
Sami Wunder is a dating and relationship expert for high-achieving women and helps them find and keep romantic love. She can be found here.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK