Kate Middleton and Prince William always make it a point to tuck their kids in bed at night whenever possible.

And now, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s activity after sending Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis has just been revealed.

During a previous interview with Scott Mills for BBC’s Radio 1, the interviewer asked the future King what he and his wife do at night when their kids are in bed.

“A few people have asked me about that. No, we are both actually quite keen on box sets when we have time in the evening,” he said.

Prince William added that if they have more time, they would usually sit on their couch to watch “Homeland” since they are huge fans of the series. The royal couple is also huge fans of “Game of Thrones.”

Meanwhile, royal author Ingrid Seward previously talked about Prince William and Middleton’s parenting style. She said that the royal couple is very hands-on.

“Prince William famously changed nappies and got up in the night to do the feeds, school pick up, bath time and teatime,” she said.

And when Prince Harry had his own child, he followed in his older brother’s footsteps by becoming a hands-on dad himself. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly had a hard time hiring a nanny for their son because they were very keen on finding the perfect one for Archie.

Even before the birth of Archie, Prince Harry already said that he wants to live a relatively normal life. And he wants the same thing for his future children.

As such, after Archie was born, Prince Harry and Markle saw to it that their son will be raised as a private citizen. However, the royal couple’s desire to keep Archie out of the public’s eye did not sit well with royal critics and royal experts.

Some of them said that Prince Harry and Markle can’t live like private citizens since they are members of the royal family.

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Prince William, Middleton meets with Irish Guards after attending the St Patrick's Day parade at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow, where they presented shamrock to officers and guardsmen of 1st Battalion the Irish Guards on March 17, 2019 in Hounslow, England. Getty Images/Gareth Fuller-WPA Pool