Royal baby: Kate Middleton refuses to hire more help before her due date – when is it?
KATE MIDDLETON’S royal baby is set to arrive this month. The Duchess of Cambridge is not hiring anymore staff to help her with her brood of three children. When is Kate Middleton due?
Kate Middleton, 36, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, 35, are expecting the royal baby this month.
It has been revealed that Kate is not hiring any extra staff to help her during her pregnancy, birth or after her third child arrives.
The hands-on working mum is eschewing the royal tradition of having help around the house.
Royal sources told Vanity Fair that there are “no plans” to hire any additional staff to help the growing family.
However, Kate and William do already have some help in the form of their loyal nanny Maria Borrallo.
Kate Middleton royal baby news – when is her due date? Duchess refuses more help
Maria was hired in 2014 and has cared from Prince George when he was eight months old, living with the family wherever they go.
The Spaniard has taught Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, fluent Spanish.
She wears an unusual uniform, of a brown dress, brown bowler hat and brown brogues.
This is due to the fact she studied to be a nannies at Norland College.
Kate Middleton is a hands-on mum, as was demonstrated in Coventry in January this year.
Kate Middleton appeared with Prince William in Coventry, wearing a stunning magenta coat.
She showed off her finely tuned parenting at the event, springing into action with some quick thinking.
The Duchess brought a poorly boy, Craig Skipper, 10, a sick bag when she sensed he was feeling queasy.
The boy’s mother Carole Flynn told People: “Princess Kate came over and give him a sickbag, our little Craig.
“I think he was a little bit overcome.”
Kate Middleton’s parenting rules for George and Charlotte were recently revealed.
The royals are keen on encouraging their children to open up about their feelings, leaving the traditional British stiff upper lip behind.
William told CALM magazine: “Catherine and I are clear that we want both George and Charlotte to grow up feeling able to talk about their emotions and feelings.”
They are also far more likely to send their children to born schools rather than old school royal boarding schools like Gordonstoun.
A royal expert Michael Cole told Express.co.uk is it likely Kate will choose Marlborough School for Prince George, while Charlotte could attend a co-education school like King Alfred School.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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