Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom

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Why to 27 hours travel by plane with a 9 month old?
For Princess Kate, 32, and Prince William, 31, the decision was made to compensate for the actual duty and the paternity of her son, Prince George.
The decision, extended trips to Australia and New Zealand, where the real parents ended up with George Monday for a three-week tour company "is all his own" William's private secretary Miguel Head, told people in topics cover of this week.
Whether at home, in England or in his first trip to Australia, Kate structures her life in a way that you can switch between his royal duties and motherhood.

"If she works at night, the day before with George she spends," says a royal insider.
The princess also cuts the time for romance with her husband of nearly three years. It is expected the couple to spend two nights away from George, while in charge of the new nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
"Not the king and the bride is to do what he is told," says a friend of the couple, "but the man and woman in the modern world."
• Reporting by Simon Perry,
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Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom
Inside Kate's life as King Working Mom