Shortly after Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot, questions about a baby were raised. Everyone was wondering when the couple would start having children, and the world was thrilled when they announced Kate’s first pregnancy. Prince George came into the world with all the celebration a royal baby can hope for, and just 13 months later, the royal duo announced that another royal baby was on the way. Both the palace and then-Prime Minister David Cameron congratulated William and Kate, though their well wishes did not save the then-Duchess of Cambridge from a difficult pregnancy. Reflecting on the experience after the birth of Princess Charlotte , Kate described her second pregnancy as “completely rotten”.
“I was really sick. I wasn’t eating the things I was supposed to be eating, and yet the body was still able to take all the goodness out of my body and grow new life, which I think is fascinating,” she said. On her husband’s approach to her second pregnancy, Kate Middleton shared: “William felt there was little he could do to help and it’s hard to see that you’re suffering without being able to do anything about it.” Although she struggled, Kate welcomed a healthy baby girl. Princess Charlotte was born on May 2, 2015, turning the family of three into a boisterous group of four.
Although royals deal with the same family problems as the rest of us, they are known for their rigid mentality. The late Queen Elizabeth was true to tradition, sticking to her role as leader of the Church of England and denying her sister, Princess Margaret, to marry the man she loved because she was divorced. . She even avoided then-Prince Charles’s wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles for the same reason, and although she was the mother of four, she never came across as a particularly active mother.
The relationship between Kate Middleton and Charlotte is based on understanding and affection
Prince William, however, was raised by the beloved late Princess Diana, and she was adamant about changing the royal way of doing things. Often embracing her children and giving them access to as normal a life as possible, Diana certainly turned the tide, and Kate Middleton took notice and encouraged her daughter, Princess Charlotte, to open up about the emotions of she. William and Kate Middleton have taken a different approach with their children. Keeping them out of the headlines as much as possible, the gossip the public has received about Princess Charlotte and her siblings has come from her parents; In that sense, Kate has controlled the narrative surrounding her children a lot.
With that in mind, one of the first details about Charlotte ‘s personality came from Kate Middleton herself,when she revealed that little Charlotte loves to dance and pointed out that the young princess was already enrolled in dance classes (via Town & Country). We can see it now: the adorable princess in a little tutu, how cute! William echoed the sentiment during an official event when he claimed that his daughter loves to dance (via Town & Country). Such a pastime is indicative of the late Princess Diana, who loved to dance and supported the English National Ballet during her lifetime. “She [Diana] loved to dance; she was a fantastic dancer,” William once shared about her mother with the artistic director of the national ballet, Tamara Rojo. Maybe little Charlotte will follow in her grandmother’s ballet footsteps
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