Prince William and Kate Middleton Slammed For Their Parenting Style: Know The Looming Dangers Of Parent Shaming

By Abbie Kraft, Parent Herald November 21, 06:00 am
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visit the National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester during a visit to Manchester on October 14, 2016 in Manchester, England.
(Photo : Jim Clarke/ Getty Images)

Prince William made the headlines after he was slammed for complaining about parenting his toddlers. Speculations then emerged that Prince William and Kate Middleton are going through a rough patch in terms of their marriage as their hands-on parenting are going in the way.

The Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge are often slammed for their parenting as they are the center of the public's attention. There was even a time where Kate Middleton received countless backlashes after allowing Prince George to feed their dog his ice cream. These activities may be nothing big for regular people, but Kate Middleton's upbringing caused a few negative remarks as per CelebDirty Laundry.

The Dutch of Cambridge also faced negative comments after reportedly complaining about parenting. He and Kate Middleton were also slammed for admitting that their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are way too spoiled.

"I've struggled at times," William said during an interview. "The alteration from being a single independent man to going into marriage and then having children is life-changing. I adore my children very much, and I've learned a lot about myself and about family just from having my own children. It's amazing how much you pick up just from those moments."

Celebrities and public figures are often subjected to parental shaming. Huffington Post mentioned that almost 80 percent of parents, especially the mothers, are being subjected to taunting and judgement.

An alarming statistical data was then released where it was highlighted that mom or parental shaming is starting to become a fad, which can cause a negative impact on the mother that was shamed. It was mentioned that 67 percent of mothers who had been shamed, were shamed by other moms. While 64 percent of those mothers who had been shamed, were shamed for their feeding choice.

In addition to the looming numbers of victims, it was added that 4 in 10 moms have been shamed online and 1 in 3 moms have been shamed via phone or text. Mom or parental shaming needs to stop as it can eventually lead to anxiety and depression.

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