Kate Middleton is turning to the midwives at St. Mary's Hospital for a little extra help when it comes to the royal baby. The first few weeks with Prince George went so well, as far as breastfeeding and all the other new baby firsts, that Kate and William have opted to stay nanny-free, according to Entertainment Wise on Aug. 22.
It is not uncommon for a member of the royal family to see the same midwife through their pregnancy and have her at the birth and then use her service when the baby goes home for post-natal care. Apparently Kate is directing any questions that may pop up for her to a midwife from the hospital.
Prince William sat in for an interview with CNN recently, it is part of a new documentary about the Prince and his role as a new father. The documentary, “Prince William's Passion: New Hope, New Father” will feature the clip from this interview. One of the reveals to come out of William's time with the CNN interviewer is that all he could do was “gush about Kate.”
He not only complemented his wife's role as a new mom but he went on to report how his son George is such the "little fighter" as he wiggles around “quite a lot.” William did say about the new royal baby's sleep habits that, "he doesn't want to go to sleep a lot which is a bit of a problem."
Max Foster, the interviewer for CNN, asked about getting up in the night to tend to Prince George and William said:
"Not as much as Catherine. But she's doing a fantastic job." When talking about future plans he also said, "For now, Catherine and little George are my priority."
William told Foster how George already reminds him of himself and his brother as youngsters saying:
"He’s a little bit of a rascal, put it that way. So he either reminds me of my brother or me when I was younger." He adds: "He’s doing very well at the moment. He’s, he does like to keep having his nappy changed."