Kate Middleton enjoying 'quality time' with little Prince George before arrival of second child
Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly planning on spending plenty of time with her son before the arrival of her second child.
The 32-year-old royal and her husband Prince William are proud parents to 17-month-old Prince George and the couple will be welcoming a new arrival next April.
While there’s plenty of preparation to get underway it’s thought one of Catherine’s main priorities right now is being with her little boy. After spending Christmas together with their family, including William’s grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, and an outing to Winter Wonderland in London, UK, it’s clear their quality time is already underway.
"She will be mindful that this will be one of the last opportunities for sole 'George time’,” maternity nurse Sarah Dixon, who has worked with friends of the couple before, told People magazine.
"They're making the most of it.”
Catherine, William and George currently reside at Anmer Hall, a lovely Georgian country home in Norfolk, UK. They have the help of nanny Maria Borrallo with day-to-day duties and People reports they may hire another nanny following the birth of their second child.
And they won’t be leaving for a new residence any time soon, another source added.
"I'm certain Kate will largely be based at Anmer to bring up the children,” they said.