Duchess Kate will spend at least first six weeks with her parents after giving birth to a royal baby.
The Duchess of Cambridge is going to break a royal tradition since she will not hire a maternity nurse. She will live with her parents after leaving the hospital, which means the future monarch will begin life in a £4.85m commoner’s home in Berkshire. She feels safest and most secure with her family and she believes that no one could be better placed to teach her about bringing up a baby than her mother. She also needs her mother’s advice and moral support when Prince William returns to work as a helicopter pilot after taking his paternity leave. Meanwhile, Duchess Kate and Prince William are hoping to move into their new home, the 57-room Apartment 1A before the arrival of their first child.