Prince William seems to be more anxious about baby No. 3 out of all the Royal family
Many people don’t hesitate to say that becoming a parent was the best thing they did in their lives. It was also the most difficult thing they had to do.
Taking care of one child is a huge task: getting up several times during the night to feed them, changing diapers, and handling temper tantrums are just a couple of aspects of parenting.
All Cure All the Time reported that, despite the fact that Prince William and Duchess Kate have plenty hands to help them raise their children, he is very anxious and concerned about the third one, who is due in any minute now.
During a black-tie event at Kensington Palace, he revealed that he was getting as much sleep as possible before the baby was born.
He added that having two children was very hard and demanding already and that adding a third one to the formula will only make things harder.
William pointed out he was not sure how he was ‘going to cope’ with three children and that he’ll be permanently tired. Even though he feels that way at the moment, the truth is that most parents feel the same at some point in their lives.
They get anxious because the money might not be enough (which clearly is not the case of William) or the spare time they’ll have to fulfill their personal tasks.
It is a matter of time for the family to adjust to the new baby and, while their lives will completely change, it is part of a process that many people face from time to time.
Kate and William’s lives will not the be only ones changing as Prince George and Princess Charlotte will also have different roles. George will have to understand that not only he has to take care of Charlotte but also of the new baby.
Charlotte will have to face that she will no longer be the ‘baby of the family’ but the ‘big sister,’ which might be difficult to digest for such a young child.
The exact date when Kate will give birth has not been revealed yet. All that is left to do is wait and see the impact of the upcoming baby in the lives of the Royals.