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Kate Middleton Baby News: Duchess’ Living Arrangements After Baby’s Arrival

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In Kate Middleton baby news, it’s now rumored that the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband, Prince William, will live with her mother after their bundle of joy arrives. Gary Goldsmith, Kate’s uncle, revealed in a new interview that Kate will live at her mother, Carole Middleton’s residence for the first six weeks after having the baby.

“The fact that they’re taking the baby to Carole’s for the first six weeks is genius,” he said. ”Carole’s a brilliant mum – she is 10 years older than me and practiced on me – and I think it’s the right thing to do. It will take the pressure off Kate.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are known from breaking royal tradition in many ways. If they move into Carole Middleton’s home it will be the first time a royal baby wasn’t brought home to a royal residence. How will Queen Elizabeth feel about that? Being England’s ultimate monarch, her say weighs heavily on the entire royal family.

Why would Kate Middleton go to her mother’s house after giving birth? Since Kensington Palace is still being renovated, it won’t be ready in time for after the baby’s arrival. In a separate report last week, Nottingham Cottage is where William and Kate plan to temporarily live with their new infant until the palace is ready for them. So, this is a new development, but it hasn’t been confirmed by any official source.

Kate’s uncle added that both she and William will be great parents and have prepared themselves for it. Gary said the royal baby will be introduced to the public “fantastically” when that day happens.

“Kate’s doing brilliantly in that role. She’s made the Royal family more accessible. And you throw a baby into that mix – they’re going to do it fabulously,” Gary added. ”You just know that the baby is going to be introduced to the public fantastically well.”

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