'Let's have another one': Kate Middleton 'broody' in Denmark – shows 'parental affection'


“To be kept at an arm’s length and not shown affection as a child, can have all sorts of negative impacts on a child psychologically and emotionally.”

Danielle explained that it is “healthy” to be affectionate as a family, especially one in the public eye.

She added: “I’m glad that Kate and William feel comfortable enough to display this playfulness with their children to the world.

“It seems that protocol in the Royal Family is softening and evolving with the times.

“With the amount of influence that the royal couple have, our future King and Queen are setting a great example to other parents to unapologetically enjoy their time with their children.


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