Kate Middleton and Prince William spent the first few nights in the royal baby’s life wakeful. It seemed like the royals had a tough time dealing with a crying newborn Prince George. Read on to learn more about Kate Middleton and Prince William’s royal parenting experience.
As the royal baby is about to celebrate his first birthday on July 22, 2014, the family is planning a simple tea party. Vanity Fair dedicated the August 2014 issue of the magazine to the first anniversary of Prince George and the royal parents’ first year with their son.
As his arrival last year spawned pandemonium and enthusiasm, hence, a small party will be an apt plan.
“It was William, with sleeves rolled up, who took the wheel of the family’s Range Rover and drove his wife and newborn son home to Kensington Palace,” according to the August 2014 issue of Vanity Fair magazine.
Kate did not get any exceptional treatment being a princess, and she kept awake until morning trying to pacify the little prince. Unfortunately, there was no air-conditioning at their two-bedroom apartment just outside the palace, and the newborn Prince George kept them on their toes all night crying.
“George was up so much they could barely have a conversation,” shared a royal source with Vanity Fair. After the first sleepless night, the Queen arrived in the morning to meet her grandson.
Prince George’s few weeks were spent at Kate’s family home just outside the village of Bucklebury in Berkshire after the first sleepless night. Fortunately, the time spent at his grandmother’s palace was less chaotic and more relaxed. Kate’s family, especially her mother Carole Middleton, was of great help for the royal couple.
Prince George’s grandmother took great care of him and Kate and made sure they get complete rest and nourishment, as a breastfeeding mother needs extra care. The Duchess of Cambridge always set the example for the women all around the world, whether its fashion or parenting, so we all admire her as a style icon and a great mother.
We appreciate the fact that the first-time royal parents handled everything at their own. Let us know your thoughts by posting your comments below.
“By George! The Cambridges grace Vanity Fair’s August 2014 issue as Prince George prepares to celebrate his first birthday. Preview the story here: http://vnty.fr/1n3nM5R,” shared on Vanity Fair’s official Facebook page on July 8, 2014. The post has 1,615,318 Likes.
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