The Royal Baby is not even born yet but it looked like everything was already planned out ahead.
According to a report from US Weekly, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had already planned a Royal Baby Tour for 2014, with Australia and New Zealand included in the itinerary.
Kate Middleton has no back-up plan for William missing the birth, a source said (Reuters)
According to an insider interviewed by US Weekly, "The trip is planned for Australia and New Zealand."
It is to be recalled that in a June 2013 interview with the US Weekly, Royal Couple's spokesperson said "While it is a deeply personal and private event, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge realize this is a time of national celebration and that there will be vast interest in the baby. They realize many people will want to share in their happiness."
The Royal Baby Tour in 2014 was reminiscent when late Princess Diana also took Prince William to Australia when he was just 9-month-old.
As soon as the the Royal baby is born, Prince William will be granted his two-week paternity leave from the Royal Air Force. Kate is due to give birth on July 11 but as what she quipped in her interview back in April, "babies have their own agenda." Rest assured, as soon as the Royal baby is born will be announced through a framed wood decorated with a golden easel behind the gates of the Buckingham Palace.
After birth, Kate and their new born will stay at her parent's home in Berkshire. By September of 2013, the Dutch, Duchess and the Royal Baby will be residing at Keningston Palace's Apartment 1A.
Kate is still undergoing redecoration in the said apartment. According to an insider, "She's still busy, making sure she has done as much as possible for the new house before the baby is born. Once the baby is here, she won't have time for anything else."
Meanwhile, grandfather-to-be, Prince Charles had reportedly seeking advice over tea with some ladies in Kenfig, a village in South Whales.
Perez Hilton has a rather humorous take to the conversation that took place over tea.
Eileen Joseph one of the women told Prince Charles, "Spoil them and enjoy it, but give them back at the end of the day. You tend to have more time for your grandchildren than you had for your children."
Prince Charles: "Yes it is a different part of your life. The great thing is to encourage them. Show them things to take their interest. My Grandmother did that, she was wonderful."
Eileen joked: "Wait until they come to you and say, Dad can you look after him for tonight?"
Prince Charles: "Oh yes, oh yes. The great thing is to try and pull their legs before they pull yours."
On a serious note, when he was asked whether he was looking forward for the baby, Prince Charles fondly said, "Oh yes. It is very important to create bond when they are very young."
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