Secret signs ‘playful’ Prince William & Kate Middleton are prepping Prince George for throne in tenth anniversary video

THEY might be one of the most famous families in the world – but as their tenth wedding anniversary video proves, Kate Middleton and Prince William are trying to give their three children as normal a upbringing as possible.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a heartwarming clip this afternoon of them playing with their three children near their Norfolk home to commemorate their first decade of marriage.

And according to body language expert Judi James, the happy couple are already prepping their eldest son Prince George, seven, for his future role in the Royal Family.

In the heartwarming video, the family-of-five are seen enjoying a day at the beach before returning to their Norfolk home Anmer Hall and playing in the garden.

Commenting on how natural the family-of-five looked, Judi said: "You can drag small children and dogs in front of a camera but you can’t always make them perform to order, which is why this video of the Cambridge’s has the natural, authentic factor despite the high-spec production.

"If all the tactile behaviour and loving glances between Kate and William were out of the ordinary occurrences and if the couple weren’t normally the hands-on, playful parents we see here, their children wouldn’t be acting so naturally and adorably, being chased, picked up, tickled and played with in a way that suggests this is very usual behaviour in the Cambridge household."

Although the focus on the video was on Kate and William for their anniversary, Judi says couple's parenting style still shone through – especially in regards to "reserved" George who is already being prepped for his future role as King.

Analysing how George gazed off into distance in one shot and clung onto his mother's hand in another, Judi said the eldest Cambridge is being slowly eased into his hugely important royal role.

The expert continued: ""All three children seem to be developing different personalities and the way that George looks rather grown-up, thoughtful and slightly reserved here suggests the coaching from William is paying off for the future heir to the throne.

"We can see the children love piling around their dad for a group hug and we can see how Louis is more than happy to rush over to laugh and shout happily with his parents, even though they’re sharing one of their lingering loving looks. "

She added: "William and Kate must be aware of their role in their children’s’ destiny.

"They know that the pressure of royal life will start to be apparent for them before long but it’s wonderful seeing all three of them being so noisy, boisterous and spontaneously happy in the meantime, all with the blessing and encouragement of their playful and very proud-looking parents."

Last year, it was reported that Kate and William explained to George that he will one day be King by telling him it's "like a story book".

“William talks to George about what being a royal means” a source told Us Weekly.

“He does so in a very simple manner because he doesn’t want his son to feel overwhelmed at such a young age.

“He’ll explain things as if he’s reading from a children’s storybook. So it’s fun for George.”

In more Royal Family news, Kate Middleton gives touching nod to Diana in sweet video celebrating tenth wedding anniversary with Prince William.

And Prince Harry’s best man speech made Kate Middleton ‘shed a tear’ on her wedding day, royal author reveals.

Plus these are all the secret things you missed in Kate Middleton and Prince William’s 10th wedding anniversary photos

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