Kate Middleton is ready to get back to her Royal duties despite just giving birth a few weeks ago to her son, the future King George. E! reported on Thursday, August 15 that Kate has planned the appearance for September.
Reports reveal that the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband will be the guests of honor at the inaugural Tusk Conservation Awards on Sept. 12. This will be the first year a top conservationist will be the recipient of the Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa.
Kate Middleton's appearance will happen just take place around the time that her son will turn only two months old. The royal will not attend the event and is reportedly going to be spending some good old fashioned Royal quality time with Grandma Carole Middleton as the babysitter!
Fans of the Royal family believe that it is amazing that Kate and William have been so down to earth and natural with their new son, despite being Royalty. They appear to be adjusting well to parenthood, and love talking and sharing news about their new bundle of joy the complete opposite of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who are not royalty.
Nor have they offered to share any information, or photos about their baby girl North, who arrived last June. In fact as previously reported Kanye West is very unhappy that the paparazzi had the opportunity to attempt to snap a photo of his baby, and has even blamed the Kardashian family for setting up the photo op as a publicity stunt.
Which new celebrity baby would you like to see and hear more about Kate and William's son George, or Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter North?
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