Kate Middleton has always made her dedication to being a hands-on mum very clear, and the duchess proved she isn’t all talk.
A new report reveals the Duchess of Cambridge didn’t skip a beat following the birth of Prince Louis in April, and was back doing the school run with Prince George and getting him to his St. Thomas’s Battersea school in West London the next day.
“Kate was seen dropping off her son the morning after she gave birth to her third child, Prince Louis,” reports Daily Mail‘s royal correspondent Rebecca English.
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Let’s be honest, Kate is notorious for managing to make childbirth look effortless.
Somehow stepping out just mere hours after welcoming each of her new arrivals, Kate shows off her flawless hair and make-up while proudly debuting her baby to the world.
But mums, don’t despair.
While it might seem like Kate is super mum (which she totally is, don’t get us wrong), let’s not forget about the army of help she has behind the scenes.
It’s believed Kate’s personal hairdresser, Amanda Cook Tucker, is always one of the first to meet the royal babies after she’s called into the hospital to make sure the duchess is ready to front the media.
And Kate and her husband Prince William no doubt heavily rely on royal nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who joined the family when George was just a few months old, to help with the day-to-day running of their busy household.
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