There is a huge difference between the commoners and the royals. But, when it all comes to being parents or parenting, we all are the same.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, are more like us. They are providing their kids as normal a life they can.
Father’s day is on 17 June, Sunday. And, the Duke of Cambridge is set to celebrate a very special Father’s Day this month. This father’s day will mark his first as a father oft three.
All thanks to the arrival of a new addition to his family, his baby boy, Prince Louis.
Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their third child at the end of April. This also means that Louis will be eight weeks old by the time they celebrate. And, not more days away, William will then be celebrating his 36th birthday on Thursday, 21 June.
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Looking at the history, the Cambridge family of five, loves to spend family occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries and national holidays, in private. Hence, it’s likely that William and Kate will celebrate Father’s Day at Kensington Palace this year.
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We noted earlier, Prince William on the birth of his third born said, “Thrice the worry now”. Hence, with three children to look after under the age of four and a newborn, the doting parents are expected to have a low-key weekend.
Looking back at Prince William’s previous father’s day celebrations.
The Duke of Cambridge’s father’s day in 2014 was particularly a memorable one. Not only was he marking his first as a dad to Prince George, but his son, who was ten-months-old at the time, made an adorable appearance at a charity polo match.
While the Duke of Cambridge has carried on with royal duties since the birth of Louis, his wife has been on maternity leave. Though, Kate stepped out just three weeks after giving birth in mid-May to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
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And now, Kate is also expected to join the royals at Trooping the Colour next week, to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s birthday. However, the mother of three will remain out of the spotlight until the autumn.