The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed what she’s finding difficult about her children, and it’s super relatable.

While at the Family Action charity in London, Kate opened up about what it’s really like to raise kids in the royal family.

She admitted that parenting has only gotten more difficult as her children have gotten older. She also acknowledged that, when your child grows out of the baby stage, the support isn’t always the same.

“Everybody experiences the same struggle,” Kate said.

“You get a lot of support with the baby years…particularly in the early days up to the age of about one, but after that there isn’t a huge amount — lots of books to read.”

While Kate and William have wealth, privilege and, well, access to some of the best nannies on the planet, her comments suggest that the royal couple take a far more hands-on approach to raising Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 8 months.

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