Prince William and Kate Middleton are unlikely to give their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte iPads.

According to Amanda Mitchell, a journalist for Marie Claire, the "royals are basically the only people on Earth not constantly tapping their keyboards." Just recently, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Anti-Bullying Week where Prince William gave a speech about gadgets and the dangers lurking behind the screen.

"I saw that my friends and peers were worried about the risks of the very powerful tools we were putting in our children's hands," Prince William said.

"For too many families, phones and social media shattered the sanctity and protection of the home," the duke continued. "As we grappled with this, we felt a distinct absence of guidance. Should we read our children's messages? Should we allow them to have phones and tablets in their rooms? Who do we report bullying to? We were making up the rules as we went along."

It has been reported earlier that Prince William and Middleton have banned iPads at home. The couple was reportedly strict when it comes to Prince George and Princess Charlotte's screen time.

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

Instead of getting busy with gadgets, Prince William and Middleton encouraged their children to play outdoors. In fact, they take the little prince and little princess to the zoo and they go on playground adventures. They also often bond with Middleton's parents Carole and Michael, who often visit the kids.

In related news, when Prince William and Middleton visited Sweden early this year, the duke realized that he should be more lenient to his kids when it comes to their playtime outdoors. He was inspired at how the Swedish love the outdoors and embrace their climate and environment.

"One lesson that we will take home with us is that children are actively encouraged to spend time outdoors, whatever the weather. This is obviously very good for their physical health but, as we learnt this morning at the remarkable Karolinska Institute, it has huge benefits for a child's mental health as well," Prince William said.