Kate Middleton and Prince William reportedly want to give a normal childhood to their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. According to the reports, Prince William and Kate don’t want their children to come under any pressure of royal lineage.

According to E Online, Prince William and Kate are going the extra mile to give their children an ordinary life. Prince William’s decision to give an ordinary life to his kids has reportedly been inspired by his mother, the late Princess Diana.

“Diana tried very much to give William and Harry normal lives. But they were always photographed, there was always someone lurking in the bushes. William really doesn't want that for George or his sibling, so by being in the countryside they can just have a normal childhood, which is what Kate had and is what I think William loves about the Middletons,” said the author of “Kate: The Future Queen,” Katie Nichol.

The royal couple has also decided to move to their countryside home Anmer Hall in Norfolk. According to Katie, the royal couple “feels very claustrophobic” in Kensington Palace. Moreover, according to Katie, Prince William and Kate can’t “relax” when they are in the palace as they feel they are being “watched.” It has also been reported by the website that since moving to Anmer Hall, Prince William and Kate feel at ease as there is no press attention there, and this is reportedly the reason they want to raise their children there.

To set an example of an ordinary lifestyle, Prince William has also planned to take on a job as an air ambulance pilot. According to US Magazine, Prince William took the exams to secure the job. The job will give a feeling of a normal family to Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Furthermore, Prince William is said to have developed a liking for a simple life -- away from the limelight -- and he might want the same for his kids, according to the website.

Prince George was born in July 2013 and Princess Charlotte was born earlier this month in Lindo Wing, St. Mary’s Hospital. They are third and fourth in line for the throne, respectively.

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