To mom and dad
on 04/21/2013 | 13:16
For Kate Middleton it has always been important that her son grows up in a “normal” environment. Is that the reason the beautiful Duchess is considering moving in with her parents with their offspring after birth? Or is there a fight in court?
Has Kate Midddleton had enough of real life? As the British newspaper “Daily Mail” reports, the 31-year-old should think seriously after giving birth in July. for at least six weeks move in with your baby to live with your parents.
The reason for this is not that Kate Middleton wants to evade royal duties, or that there is a dispute with her husband, Prince William, but that Kensington Palace Estatein which the little family will live. The palace, where Princess Margaret, the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II who died in 2002, last lived, is being renovated and asbestos was allegedly discovered. really not a suitable place to raise royal descendants. If Kate Middleton really moved in with her parents with their baby, the two of them wouldn’t have a bad time here either. After all, Kate Middleton’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, live on a six million dollar estate in Bucklebury.Kate Middleton awaits motherly advice
Not only would Kate Middleton and the baby live royally with her parents, the Duchess could also live here from them. Advice from his mother benefit. And he would rather that than professional babysitters explain how to care for a baby. According to the Daily Mail, “Kate Middleton feels calm safer and more secure“At home with mom and dad and know that they will be there to help and advise. Another deciding factor in the decision to initially live with the parents is likely that Prince William will only have two weeks for Kate Middleton and the baby after the birth. Because it is necessary as a pilot in the Royal Air Force in Valley. A little parental support goes a long way!
We can absolutely understand that Kate Middleton is attracted to her parents after giving birth. After all, they probably know best how to raise a child. After all, Carole and Michael Middlton have already practiced it with three children.
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