The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge inspired Anne Hathaway
The Golden Globe winner revealed to have taken advice from the royal parents of three children they "empower" the children. Speaking to the Sunday Times, the young man of 36 years said: "They put themselves at the level of the child and speak for themselves so that their child feels strengthened. "I thought it was really cool. I started doing this with Jonathan. "
The actress has a son with her husband Adam Shulman, six years old.
Prince William and Kate are often seen standing up to their own children, as well as all the children they meet during their royal visits.
Mrs. Hathaway also announced that she gave up alcohol to become the best mother possible.
She said she would stop drinking until her son left the prison.
Ms. Hathaway also said, "I'm not perfect, but if I'm frustrated or distracted, I'm able to make sure he's safe and to walk away, calm down and come back to him. 
Prince William with his children
"Every day, I'm not up to it, but I'm not going to get angry about it, I'll learn from it."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are well-known advocates for mental health and have encouraged people to put their mental health first.
It is clear that Kate loves spending time with her children outside the home, which includes outings to the Natural History Museum or charity polo matches.
Prince William told Radio 1 that his family watched many children's TV shows, including Peppa Pig and Fireman Sam.
He told Radio 1: "You must pretend to be really because George is very upset if you do not show due diligence towards the characters."
This article appeared first (in English) on SUNDAY EXPRESS