Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have proved time and time again that blue-blooded or not, they're humble, modern, hard-working people.
Just like everything The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do - such as championing women's rights, helping remove the stigma surrounding mental health issues and drawing attention to environmental challenges - their plan on raising the next generation of royals is decidedly modern.
And it seems that the Sussex way of raising their first child when he or she arrives in April next year will be to ensure that the very youngest members of The Firm will not be spoiled, but will grow up understanding the privilege into which they have been born and appreciate as much as possible what it's like to live 'normally'.
Trusted royal correspondent from Us Weekly Omid Scobie says that the Prince, 34, and the 37-year-old former Suits actress hope to "bring up children who know the values of normal things in life."
"Meghan will take her kids on a subway. They'll have chores, and jobs one day," Scobie tells the magazine. "They won't be spoiled."
Indeed, the couple are determined that the Sussex children will have a much more regular upbringing than their royal cousins.
As the children of the heir to the throne, Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and six-month-old Prince Louis, will have to lead a far more traditional royal childhood.
This is in part due to the fact their parents are increasingly taking on official duties in place of The Queen, who is in her 92nd year.
It seems Harry and Meghan are ready to help nurture their eagerly-awaited children into becoming hard working, humble, royals of the future - and we applaud them for it!