Belfast Telegraph

Royal parents want simple life for baby George

Prince William and Catherine Middleton are trying to give their son Prince George a normal upbringing.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed Prince George Alexander Louis on July 22.

Now they are raising the tot in Bucklebury, England and the couple, both 31, are trying to get by with minimal professional carers.

"There's no special treatment," a family source told Us Weekly. "William still has to help load the dishwasher after dinner. The same will apply to George when he's a grown boy."

The duo are residing at the Middleton family home in order to begin George’s childhood free from royal pressures.

The duchess’ fresh routine apparently includes the humble tasks of waking up and attending to her youngster as well as making sure she is well fed herself.

Apparently meals are cooked with help from housekeeper, Antonella Fresolone, however the new mother and father are chipping in as much as possible.

"They're loving it," an insider pointed out. "Every day is bringing new things to learn."

The pair does not have a nanny therefore Antonella is allegedly providing a hand with changing diapers and feeding.

William and Catherine are finding it difficult to put their little boy down as they are very emotionally attached.

"They're doing as much as they can by themselves," the source continued. "The baby is always with one of them, or asleep."

Georgie, as grandfather Prince Charles predicts the baby will be nicknamed, is growing drastically each day.

His features are quickly forming, meaning time will tell which family member he most resembles.

"He already looks really different from when he was in the hospital!” a mutual pal told the magazine.

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