Prince William was overprotective of an exhausted Kate by leaving St. Mary’s Hospital in London on May 2 with the baby princess in tow soon after debuting her to the world. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned why the couple didn’t give an interview with the new baby.
What a considerate husband and dad! Prince William, 32, made the decision on behalf of Kate Middleton, 33, not to utter any words to press when they appeared on the steps outside of St. Mary’s Hospital in London with their baby princess on May 2, HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY. Here’s the reasoning behind Prince William’s bold move!
Prince William: He Made Decision Not To Talk To Press
“It was Prince William’s decision not to talk to reporters waiting outside St. Mary’s hospital,” a royal insider tells HollywoodLife.com. “He and Kate aren’t exactly a fan of speaking in public. William realized that Kate had been through such an exhausting day, and he wanted to protect her. It was a considerate move by the Prince who also felt that offering the press a picture of baby George was sufficient enough.”
All William and Kate wanted to do was head home and relax after the birth of the princess. “They just want to go home now, relax and enjoy their time in private,” the insider continued.
Prince William & Kate Middleton Welcome Baby Girl
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the adorable princess was born at 3:34 a.m. ET on May 2.
On the very same day, Kate and William left St. Mary’s hospital in London and made a brief appearance to pose for pictures with their newborn. However, it was Prince George, 1, who stole the show when he waved to fans just moments before his mom and dad showed off their new arrival to the press. However, the princess has us anxiously waiting for the debut of her name!
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Were you disappointed William and Kate didn’t say anything to reporters and fans outside the hospital?
— Jon Boon