Prince William and Kate Middleton
Prince William and Kate Middleton ban iPad at home for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Pictured: Prince William and Middleton leave after attending the Grenfell Tower National Memorial Service at St Paul's Cathedral on Dec. 14, 2017 in London. Getty Images/Daniel Leavl-Olivas

Prince William and Kate Middleton ban iPads at home.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge prefer toys than gadgets for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The royal parents are reportedly very strict when it comes to their children and screen time.

"Neither like the idea of putting an iPad on in front of the kids," a source said (via Us Weekly). "As two people who grew up without gadgets for entertainment, they're firm believers in toys, outdoor play and encouraging an active imagination."

As for the royal children's fun time, Prince George and Princess Charlotte take day trips to the zoo and go on playground adventures. They also bond with their maternal grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton.

"Kate's parents often visit them or stay for the full weekend," the source added. "William enjoys a close relationship with both."

Prince George and Princess Charlotte have followed their mom's influence in fashion. According to reports, the two young royals have a "major influence on people's spending habits."

For instance, eBay has already sold 1,500 items related to Prince George in the last three months before October of this year. The report noted that there is one purchase every hour.

On the other hand, Princess Charlotte's outfit on her second birthday photo shoot has become the most search royal ensemble for little girls. The palace shared a snap of Princess Charlotte in a yellow cardigan and the item was immediately sold out.

"Her yellow cardigan worn in her birthday picture sparked the biggest percentage increase in searches for an item of clothing worn by any royal," an eBay speaker said.

In related news, Prince William and Middleton's eldest son attends school in Thomas's Battersea in London. Initially, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge agreed to escort their tot in his first day of school on Sept. 7. Unfortunately, Middleton was suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, so she missed it.

Middleton was reportedly "devastated." Prince George was accompanied by his dad, Prince William for the event. The father and son duo even posed for the tot's first day of school portrait. In the snap, Prince George looked adorable and smart in his uniform.

This month, Prince George joined his school's nativity play. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were there to watch his performance. "I went to my boy's nativity play," Prince William said. "It was funny. He was a sheep."

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