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10 Photos That Prove Prince William and Kate Middleton Are Great Parents

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Parenting is no easy task. After all, it takes a lot of patience and skill. But whenever we see Kate Middleton and Prince William with their well-behaved little ones, we have to admit — they make it look like a piece of cake.

Over the years that the royal couple has grown as devoted parents, we’ve been able to see them hugging and holding their lovable kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as well as giving them a stern talking-to when they misbehave. From breaking out into a spontaneous silly dance with their royal cuties to calming them down when they get overwhelmed by all the crowds and noise that surround them, it’s clear that this mom and dad definitely know what they’re doing. And though George and Charlotte are still very young, we have a hunch that they know what great parents they have, too.

And now that Kate Middleton has the exciting news that she is expecting Baby No. 3, we are more confident than ever before that we’ll get to see their parenting skills in full swing. Judging by the adoring parents’ first and second time trying this parenting thing, we don’t think their third bundle of joy has a thing to worry about. And won’t it be exciting to see them experience the joy of childbirth, first steps, and adorable family photos all over again?

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Before the third royal baby arrives, let’s take a look back at some of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s heartwarming parenting moments that we’ve seen so far. As simple as these moments may appear at first glance, they all add up to the proof that they’re pretty much the best parents that any child could ever ask for.

Click through the photos below to see all the reasons why Kate Middleton and Prince William are amazing parents.

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