If you watch the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children as they tour Canada, you'll notice they have one consistent parenting trick: kneeling down to talk to them.
Prince William talks to son, George, after the preschooler runs away from him during a visit to the Royal international air tattoo.
Experts agree crouching down and talking to children eye-to-eye is a form of "active listening," which can boost self-esteem and encourage communication.
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte arrive at the Victoria International Airport for the start of their eight-day royal tour to Canada.
For more information on why we should all add this trick to our parenting style, watch the video above. You can also watch it here.