While Kate Middleton and Prince William were on holiday in Maldives, they sadly missed a major ‘first’ for their little Prince George. The royal baby started crawling! Wow, he is growing up so fast.
Can you believe that Kate Middleton and Prince William missed Prince George’s first crawl? They must be so upset. Thankfully, there are lots more ‘first’s to come.
Kate & Will Missed A Prince George Milestone
Even though they were on a romantic vacation for two at the luxurious Cheval Blanc Randheli resort in Maldives, there was one thing Kate Middleton, 32, and Prince William, 31 did not have access to: Their son, Prince George.
While they were away on their first baby-free holiday together, 8-month-old Prince George decided it was time to cross a major baby milestone. He started to crawl!
The royal baby was in the care of his new nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, while staying at Kate’s parents home when the moment happened. Even though Kate and Will missed it, they are not kicking themselves over it.
“William and Kate are excited about the many milestones ahead,” an insider told the April 7 issue of Us Weekly. “George already has a tiny tooth coming in. And his cheeks are chubbier than ever!”
George’s New Nanny Makes History
At the beginning of March 2014, it was announced that Prince George had a new nanny. After being with nanny Jessica Webb since birth, Kate and William picked a new nanny for their son.
Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, 43, is the first foreign nanny to ever look after a future British monarch. Wow!
The new nanny hails from Spain, and has been referred to as a “super nanny” who is married to her job. Sounds like a perfect fit for the Royal Couple.
Hey HollywoodLifers — Can you believe Prince George is crawling already? What do you think about Kate and Will missing his first crawl? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Lauren Cox
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