Kate Middleton Won’t Let Prince William Join East Anglia Air Service Right After Duchess Gives Birth to Second Child?

Kate Middleton Won't Let Prince William Join East Anglia Air Service Right After Duchess Gives Birth to Second Child?

Kate Middleton has forbidden Prince William from joining the East Anglia Air Service as helicopter pilot right after she gives birth to their second baby. It was initially reported that Prince William would begin his stint with the East Anglia Air Service – based at Cambridge airport – in the Spring, but now it’s being reported that he won’t join the army service until the Summer. Obviously, it’s not too difficult to figure out what happened – Prince William was scheduled to start in the spring, but either he or the royals forgot that Kate Middleton would be giving birth to their second child in April. And what, Prince William is going to jet off and join the air service weeks after his second baby is born?

Kate Middleton has put up with a lot to become Prince William’s wife and an esteemed [cough] member of the royal family. She’s been forced to suffer through Hyperemesis Gravidarum and it accompanying morning sickness twice, to provide the royals with both heirs. And now, right when the second heir is about to pop out, she’s being forced into making public appearance after public appearance to distract the public from Prince Andrew’s sex scandal. Considering all that, can you blame The Duchess of Cambridge for reportedly forbidding William to join the army right after her due date?

Right now, Kate Middleton’s due date is in April, and there is no way she’s letting her husband leave to go work at the East Anglia Air Service immediately after the birth. After everything she’s been put through over the last few months, Kate refuses to get stuck with all the responsibility of raising yet another newborn while Will goes off and joins the army with his boys. In fact, some sources are saying that Kate actually threatened Will to postpone his start date for his air service, or she would move to her mother’s house in Bucklebury permanently with both kids. We already know Kate has no problem heading to her parents’ home in Bucklebury if Kensington or Anmer Hall become too overwhelming, and she could easily follow through with that threat without making it a big deal.

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Kate Middleton Won't Let Prince William Join East Anglia Air Service Right After Duchess Gives Birth to Second Child?

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