Kate Middleton Can’t Control Prince George’s Screen Time

Kate Middleton Can’t Control Prince George’s Screen Time

Kate Middleton can’t control Prince George’s screen time on tablet devices. At least, that’s what Prince William says as the future King of England hinted that his son is addicted to videos and games, just like many young toddlers his age.

During a visit to the Royal Marsden Hospital in London this week, Prince William apparently met a little boy who couldn’t take his eyes off a ‘Star Wars’ Nintendo DS game to say hello. William sympathized with the boy’s mother, telling her that he often struggles to control his son’s excessive screen use as well. He reportedly told the embarrassed mother, “I have exactly the same thing with George. He’s engrossed.”

If that weren’t enough, William also told visitors at the Royal Marsden Hospital that Prince George, who will turn 4 this summer, is getting noisier by the day. Of course, this isn’t the first time that William has complained about his son’s behavior.

Kate Middleton Can’t Control Prince George’s Screen Time

Many royal observers can’t help but wonder why Prince William and Kate Middleton are having such a hard time parenting their son. After all, they have a team of personal assistants and nannies to help them raise Prince George and his sister, 2-year-old Princess Charlotte. But it looks like they need more than just a team of professional royal handlers to keep the young tot under control.

Many health professionals recommend that children spend less than two hours a day in front of television, computer and tablet screens. Prince William didn’t specify how much daily screen time Prince George gets, but it does seem like it’s already a problem for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, especially if their son is already this engrossed with video games.

Many believe Prince William and Kate Middleton are having a hard time keeping things under control behind closed doors. Kate has made it no secret that she’s personally struggled with parenthood and that things aren’t as easy as they sometimes seem.

 Kate Middleton Can’t Control Prince George’s Screen Time

Prince William on the other hand often complains about how spoiled his children are. To make matters worse, eyewitnesses have even called George a ‘tiny tyrant’ as he often slams doors, takes things from children and adults and makes a huge mess everywhere he goes. If things are so out of hand with Prince George now, it’ll only get worse in the future.

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  • Elizabeth Connell

    Why are Will and Kate so negative about their kids???, George is naughty, he’s a monkey, he’s noisy and loud and etc Charlotte’s feisty etc. Is it just me or is it every time they mention their kids they always put them down. Don’t get me wrong I understand small children can be a handful, but can’t they say something positive like George is spunky and Charlotte’s a handful. I dunno it’s just weird

    • Bubbly

      I reckon it’s their demented idea of pretending to be just like everyone else. Unfortunately the kids are being used as scapegoats. Eek!

      • Christian

        I have to agree!

      • Ladyhawke

        Yes, very poor form
        to use the kids in such a negative way.

  • Ladyhawke

    OMG!!! Surely someone in the RF is doing something that can be given a tabloid twist. Meanwhile, I eagerly await an article on George’s sock drawer.

    • Christian

      LOL!!! You DO have a way with words! Hilarious!

  • Ladyhawke

    Man, you REALLY are an idiot – you hit the nail on the head with your latest username, turd-burger.

  • Bubbly

    Hahaha and that’s what it’s supposed to be!
    See? We all do our part and everyone is happy. Well done CDL!

  • Ladyhawke

    What a small life you must lead if you get your jollies from the discussions of others on a gossip board. We partake – you hover. You’re a sad little number.

  • Ladyhawke

    LOL… GET STUFFED!!
    Now, is that sufficiently “lady of the manor”, you moronic half-wit?