Anne Hathaway pronounced she schooled one parenting tip from Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Anne Hathaway is holding a page from Prince William and Kate Middleton’s parenting book.
The “Princess Diaries” star told The Sunday Times she began carrying eye-level conversations with her 2-year-old son, Jonathan, after reading that a Duke and Duchess of Cambridge do that with Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3.
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“They get down on a child’s turn and pronounce to them eye-to-eye to make a child feel empowered,” she told a newspaper’s character section. “I suspicion that was unequivocally cool. we started doing that with Jonathan.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William poise for a print with their 3 children, George (right), Charlotte (middle) and Louis.
Child psychologists say this parenting technique helps improves a child’s self-respect and communication skills.
Hathaway, 36, non-stop adult about being a operative mom who has to transport mostly for film shoots.
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“Leaving him is hard,” Hathaway pronounced about her son. “I don’t wish to complain. we adore what we do and I’m not prepared to stop doing it. we was told that once we had kids, we wouldn’t caring about my career any more. we was, like, ‘Nah.’ But we adore something so most some-more now.”