Pregnant Kate Middleton Takes Baby Prince George To Petting Zoo and Park Hours Before Due Date?

Pregnant Kate Middleton Takes Baby Prince George To Petting Zoo and Park Hours Before Due Date?

Prince William’s pregnant wife Kate Middleton is going to go in to labor any day now with the royal couple’s baby girl – but that isn’t stopping Prince George’s mom from taking him on a few outings so he can enjoy his last few days as an only child. Kate Middleton revealed last month that her due date was “middle to the end of April,” and the exact date was rumored to be April 20. However, the reporters and paparazzi were invited to set up camp at the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge is giving birth on April 15 – which is literally hours away! By the end of this week, there could be a new Princess of England!

Just hours before Kate Middleton’s rumored due date, she stepped out baby bump and all with Prince George and three security guards and headed to Snettisham Park, a petting zoo with a playground near their Amner Hall home. According to New Idea Magazine, Prince George bonded with some other children at the park, played in the sand pit, and even fed the pigs and goats while his mother watched over him. Kate Middleton has been making a valiant effort to spend as much time with Prince George as possible before his baby sister arrives and needs constant attention. Last month Kate took George to London’s Science Museum for an afternoon of bonding.

Any hour now Kate Middleton is going to go in to labor, and find herself the stressed out and overwhelmed mother of two babies under the age of two years old. Prince William’s wife has already made arrangements to hire a night nurse to assist with the children, and is planning on moving to Bucklebury Manor so that her mother Carole Middleton can help with the kids as well. Pregnant Kate’s trip to the park with George will most likely be the last of her voyages until she goes in to labor and gives birth to Prince William’s baby girl, who is rumored to be named Alice.

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