Prince William and Kate Middleton use parenting trick learnt from Princess Diana

Prince William and Kate Middleton have 'instilled clever parenting tips learned from Princess Diana' into their three children.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are rumoured to be touring America in coming months, have taught their children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, a sweet gesture that their late grandmother Diana, Princess of Wales, would be proud of.

Princess Diana often took her children Prince Harry, 37, and Prince William, 39, on private charity visits including homeless shelters along with 'normal' days out to allow her sons to experience life without strict royal protocols.

Speaking on the Channel 5 documentary, Diana: Queen of Hearts?, royal biographer Andrew Morton said: "One of the reasons was she didn't want the boys to grow up thinking the whole world was 4×4 range rovers, shotguns, and nannies."

Diana also made sure that her sons wrote thank you notes following the visits which is a habit that William and Kate have 'drilled' into their own children.

“[William and Kate] have developed this brilliant knack of letting as much as they can seem spontaneous and that’s how the children see it," a source told MyLondon.

“Table manners, thank you letters, little courtesies are being drilled into the children so they become automatic."

Meanwhile former protection officer Ken Wharfe has recalled the thank you note Harry penned after taking a trip on a London bus.

Prince Harry was reportedly eager to go on the London Underground before taking a trip on an iconic London red bus when he was a boy.

The young royal was taken to South Kensington tube station before getting off at Piccadilly Circus and hopping on the 38 bus to Victoria.

During the bus journey, the driver would reportedly read out the name of the stop followed by 'parp, parp, ring, ring' which a cheeky Harry is said to have mimicked as they prepared to get off at Green Park.

However Ken Wharfe has revealed that Diana was reportedly furious with Harry and made her son apologise to the driver who is believed to have found the incident rather amusing.

The next day, the former protection officer found a thank you note from the young royal on his desk signed with 'parp, parp, ring, ring'.

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