Kate Middleton Is Doing This To Protect Her Kids

Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William have been dealing with the aftermath of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview since it aired on March 7, 2021. The royal couple has remained mum about the claims that were made by Harry and Meghan, but it goes without saying that the interview greatly upset the whole family. In the weeks that have followed, Kate and William have been keeping up with their royal duties, whether they are visiting schools, London-area hospitals, or making a stop at Westminster Abbey, which they did on March 23, 2021, according to InStyle. They visited their wedding location to commemorate "the one-year anniversary of Britain's COVID-19 lockdown." 

And while it may be business as usual for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they are also busy caring for their three young children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. A report from Us Weekly details what Kate has been doing to protect her children after the tell-all interview rocked the royal family. Keep reading to find out how she's been handling the fallout when it comes to her kids.

Kate Middleton is said to be very protective over her children

Kate Middleton would "hate" for her kids to "see her upset or struggling," a source told Us Weekly. And while she may not be having the easiest time following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey, Kate is determined to protect her children from any kind of negativity or stress. "The interview was particularly difficult for Kate to digest, but she's pulled herself together and is staying strong for the royal family and her children. Kate's an extremely protective mother and while she's all about open communication, George, Charlotte and Louis are still young," a source told the outlet. 

The source went on to say that Kate is being sure to spend time with her kids whenever she is able. While she is trying ensure that they are protected, she also recognizes that she is "so blessed to have her kids and a loving family." She may be strong for her children, but her children also help her through tough times like these. They "always brighten up her day," the source said.