Kate Middleton and Prince William Bonding With Prince George At Bucklebury

Kate Middelton and Prince William Bonding With Prince George At Bucklebury

Prince George is already so busy, and he’s not even a week old yet! After his first day in the hospital, he engaged in a photo-op with his parents outside of St. Mary’s hospital, was driven around by his proud papa, met his maternal and paternal grandparents, and was taken to meet the Queen.

A source tells People that after these busy few days, Prince William and Kate Middleton will now focus on getting to know their child. The source explains, “There’ll be a little bit of time when they get to know the baby. A little bit of downtime.”

The source adds that William and Kate won’t be utilizing nannies or a bunch of help for George, instead using the help of their combined families. The source explains, “[Their] families will help them and the excellent advice they’ve had at the hospital.” Apparently, “It goes with the territory as it’ll be a very short time before [Kate] goes back to her public duties.”

Really now? Kate going back to her public duties so soon? Kate gets a lot of flak for going on vacation all the time and generally being lazy, but she just gave birth. I think she deserves a break before people start discussing her job or her weight loss regime, something tabloids don’t seem to understand.

According to sources, Prince William is currently on a small leave from RAF, but he might be requesting  a longer leave soon since he wants to spend more time with his son. I think the next few months of Prince George’s life will involve getting spoiled by his parents and getting daily visits from extended family members. He’ll probably be giving interviews by the time he’s 2 years old.

What do you guys think? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Kate Middelton and Prince William Bonding With Prince George At Bucklebury

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