Well this is one way to make sure someone from the family is always keeping an eye on the royal baby! Kate and Prince William are reportedly making plans to ensure that George’s grandmother, Carole Middleton, is as close as possible.
Kate Middleton’s Parents Moving In To Be Close To Prince George?
The Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly setting aside two bedrooms in Kensington Palace — where she lives with Prince William and their new baby boy — for her parents, according to Mail Online. Now Carole Middleton, who Kate has asked to nanny the little prince, will be able to be on hand and close-by at all times!
“The guest area will allow Carole and Michael [Kate’s father] to be near Kate whenever possible,” a source said.
Though living with your in-laws could be awkward — even in a 21-room palace — William is reportedly very happy about having Carole and Michael stay with them to help nurture Prince George. “William is really pleased they will be close-by,” the source insists. “He is really behind the idea.”
Kate Middleton’s Hands-On Approach With Prince George
This latest development is just more proof that Kate and William, along with the help of Kate’s mother, are taking an extremely unprecedented, hands-on approach with their royal baby.
Instead of leaving George to nannies while she attends to other matters, Kate really seems to be putting her relationship with her son ahead of everything else, and that means being with him as much as possible.
Even when William went back to work off the coast of Wales, Kate, George and Carole went with him, a remarkable move that shirked tradition.
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— Andrew Gruttadaro
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