At the same time that the royal family is reuniting at Balmoral for their yearly family vacation, Kate Middleton is taking some well-earned time off from the hectic big city life.
The one-year anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s departure will come in a few days. The royals will undoubtedly take some time to honour the queen who ruled for 70 years even though there won’t be a public celebration to celebrate the occasion.
As the family gears up for the new school year, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will accompany them on their yearly holiday.
Prince George will be a working royal since he will one day become king, but Prince William and Kate are doing their best to raise all of their children to be working royals.
Royal names have always been of significant interest to the public, as they often have nods to the past. The same goes for George, Charlotte, and Louis. However, when they were born, Kate was under a lot of pressure when choosing her children’s names.
Few things in life are as thrilling as naming a child. Not only is it exciting, but because the kid will have it for the rest of their lives, it may also be quite difficult.
Such queries include “Will other people like it?” It can be “Is the name good enough?” or another question, but everything works out in the end. When is the last time you saw someone who “doesn’t look like” their given name, now that you think about it?
The Prince and Princess of Wales did a fantastic job naming their kids, but it wasn’t exactly an easy decision for them—especially not for Kate.
During a hospital visit, the Princess of Wales made the open admission about the “big pressure” she and Prince William felt when deciding on names for their three children.
Kate made some endearing remarks about her three children to new parents last year while she was visiting the maternity unit at Royal Surrey County Hospital. The ‘huge pressure’ Kate experienced when deciding on the names for her children, however, was also discussed by Kate.
Amy, a new mother, reported to People what Kate had told her and the other women in the building.
She primarily discussed her own children, particularly the names they ended up choosing. She stated that they were their favourite names and that there was a lot of pressure because everyone was definitely waiting for them to name their child.
According to royal authority Katie Nicholl, Kate had her “heart set” on the name Alexander before the wedding. But the couple hadn’t made up their minds yet.
“Friends close to the couple claim William wanted a surprise,” she claimed. “Courtiers insisted the couple had not learned the sex of their unborn baby.”
Nicholl said, “They had not yet decided what to call their firstborn, although Kate evidently assumed it was a boy and had set her heart on the name Alexander.