Search Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge: Who Will Care For Prince George And When They'll Have Another Royal Baby [VIDEO] EntertainmentWise Fri, Oct 4, 2013 12:01 BST Print Kate Middleton , Duchess of Cambridge may have only just recently given birth to her first child, but according to royal biographer Katie Nicholl, we shouldn't be surprised if her and Prince William welcome more babies to their family - but don't expect any for a while. The 32 year-old, who gave birth to her first child on July 22, has always made it clear that starting a family with husband Prince William was her priority, as was his and with the arrival of George we spoke to Katie Nicholl, who recently published Kate: The Future Queen, as to whether we should expect the couple to have another one soon. Admitting to EntertainmentWise that Prince George will probably get a brother or sister soon, the royal editor at the Daily Mail claimed the couple were a little busy with getting to grips with parenthood to think about adding to their brood. Duchess admits she was "emotional," following birth of son George (Splash News) Katie also discussed the very modern upbringing that George is set to recieve. While he might be third in line to the throne, Kate and Wills are said to be determined to give their son as much as a normal life as possible. The http://capricestory.wallinside.com couple proved this when they headed to Kate's parents house in Bucklebury, Berkshire for the first few weeks after George's arrival, where they got to know their son in the privacy of the Middleton's family home.
The couple bought the bed from a firm called Healthbeds based in Rotherham, South Yorkshire and will now use it in their new home at Kensington Palace in London. Owner David Smeaton, 51, told the Daily Mail: "We got a call out of the blue from one of the Duchess's staff asking if we could provide one like the model they slept in. "I think it's the first time the royals have bought our beds. "The Duchess loved the bed so much, apparently she looked under the mattress http://kristofergfhz.bravesites.com to find a label to discover where it was made. "We are thrilled to have royalty buying one of our beds." He added: "I couldn't possibly discuss the price but it's taken a lot of complex measuring to more... get it right.
Even on the second day at Paris, Kim Kardashian was spotted in a body con nude coloured short dress that had a slit on the thigh. She wore it with a knee-length over coat and looked stylish. After looking at the post-pregnancy figure of Kim, we can surely say that she is working really hard to lose her post-pregnancy weight. Kim Kardashian looked curvaceous and all her extra fabs are reducing. If we compare both the celebrity moms, we can surely say that they are working really hard to get back their well-toned pre-pregnancy figure.
Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge: Is Mum Carole A 'Pushy Tigeress'?
Elizabeth has been on the throne 61 years. This baby will be the queen's third great-grandchild. Kate is expected to give birth in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington, where Diana had William and Harry. The formal birth announcement will come after the queen, royal family and Middletons have heard the good news, royal sources say.
While the 32-year-old is seen as reserved and quiet, it's Carole who has been seen as the one who pushed her daughter towards Prince William, with suggestions even saying it was her idea for Kate to attend St Andrews, where the royal was also enrolled. EntertainmentWise.com http://bushcwpb.tumblr.com sat down with Katie Nicholl, author of Kate: The Future Queen, to see what she discovered when writing the tell all biography. Admitting she'd been intrigued by Prince William's mother-in-law she said: "I was really fascinated in Kate's relationship with Carol and all her family, but particuarly Carol because her mother seems to be such a fundamental part of her life." "Thrilled" grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton emerge from St Mary's Hospital (Splash News) Revealing her thoughts on Carole, Katie went on: "I was determined to try to discover what Carol was really like, whether she was this pushy tigeress of a mother and I spoke to friends who've known her for the best part of 35 years," "[They] say that she was aspirational that she came from a working class background and family and she was determined to do the best for herself and her children. Not just for Kate, but for all her children," she added. According to other Katie's book, released last month, Carole wasn't afraid to get involved with her daughter's romance with the prince and reportedly confronted him over his future plans after the pair had been together for nearly a decade. Carole Middleton with daughter Kate on the eve of her wedding to Prince William (WENN) This little chat happened at the Middleton family home just before Christmas 2009, apparently - and a family friend has reportedly stepped forward to reveal that Carole "expressed her fears" to the Prince, and he responded by promising her that marriage and children were both on the horizon.