Prince William Kate Middleton is keeping busy lately with a host of royal engagements. Could they be lacking time and attention for their kids?
It does appear that the royal couple do not have much time to bond with their two kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte because of their busy schedules. They are just like any normal couple having trouble with parenting their two kids.
The couple even discussed parenting with Andy Murray at the Wimbledon 2016 men’s singles finals on Sunday, showing how hands-on they are. The 29-year-old Scot won his second Wimbledon title this year after squashing Canadian Milos Raonic.
William and Kate congratulated Murray for his feat. The 34-year-old prince then asked the tennis ace how he was coping with lack of sleep. William also asked the player how his daughter and family were doing, People reports.
Murray and his wife Kim welcomed their first child, daughter Sophia in February. “Yeah, she’s great, yeah, she’s actually sleeping, the last three nights she’s slept through, the first three months were tough but she’s five months now,” said Murray in reply to William’s question. The latter then joked saying, “Good omens.”
William and Kate had a tough time with their two-year-old son George, when he was a baby. In fact little George “never slept” when he was younger this was revealed by his dad, who said he had sleepless nights. In May, during an official engagement, the prince met Abbey Clancy and discussed parenting with her, Hello reports.
William said that he wished he had access to the Baby Buddy app, which offers parents advice and support they might otherwise not seek help for.
Meanwhile, Murray wrote in his column in BBC Sport before the Wimbledon 2016 finals that having a baby changed him completely. He always looked forward to be with his daughter and wife after his match.