Since giving birth to newborn Prince George in July 22, new mom Kate Middleton has spent the first three weeks at her parents’ mansion in Berkshire, but after Prince William headed for duty after his paternity leave, Kate, 31, and baby George followed him to Anglesey, Wales, where he’s is stationed as a search and rescue helicopter pilot for the RAF.
A very supportive wife indeed!
While staying at her parents’ home, the Duchess got a lot of support from her family, but that didn’t end there. Apparently, Kate’s mom, Carole Middleton also joined the family at Wales. Prince William will be busy with the RAF duty, that is bound to make Kate feeling lonely and overwhelmed, but now with an extra helping hand, it won’t be too bad, as she decided not to bring along a maternity nurse on her tour.
According to The Daily Mail, citing sources, the royal couple is “immensely grateful” for Carole’s help, and Kate feels very “safe and secure” around her family, as her husband Prince William is off on duty.
After Kate’s mom helped her settled down, new grandma Carole headed back to Berkshire on Aug. 15. Prince William was seen dropping her off at the train station, while Kate rested at the couple’s rented farmhouse.
In the meantime, Kate asked for help from Prince William’s 71-year-old childhood nanny, Jessica Webb. The Sunday People reported that Prince William and Kate asked Jessica to come out of retirement and help her take care of Prince George.
Jessica cared for both Prince William and Prince Harry, and both of them remained very close to her even after they are adults now. She attended Prince William’s 21st birthday as a guest and also attended William and Kate’s wedding two years ago.
Though, Jessica is looking forward to help with Kate and William’s baby chores, it wasn’t confirmed if she’s taking the job full-time.