Kate Middleton wants to stay living with her parents because her mum is the only person that can get Prince George to sleep, according to reports.
The Duchess of Cambridge will remain at the family home in Bucklebury for six months to spend time with her son, His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.
“Carole really is amazing. They are calling her ‘the baby-whisperer’ as she is the only one who can get him to sleep!” a source told Grazia.
It is thought that Kate and Wills – both 31 - will stay in Berkshire for six months as it’s an ‘oasis of calm’ for the couple, away from the hustle and bustle of the capital.
“William and Kate’s living arrangements are up in the air right now,” said the source.
“The Middletons’ home is such an oasis of calm for Kate, she is keen to stay as long as they can there, even up to six months.”
Prince William – who is currently still working as an RAF helicopter pilot in Anglesey, Wales – wants his son’s upbringing to be as stable as possible.
“Kate feels so safe and secure with her family, as does William, and they want George’s first six months to be as stable as possible,” added the source.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opted out of royal protocol by staying at Kate’s parents house after birth – and it seems they’ve shunned it in another way too.
Kate is said to be keen to break from tradition and share personal photos of Prince George, rather than a royal portrait.
“One of the options they are looking at is releasing a couple of family photos they have taken themselves,” said a royal aide.
It is thought the couple don’t want to disrupt the Prince of Cambridge’s routine for a portrait with photographer Mario Testino, as planned.
Prince William is also keen to persuade his former nanny, 71-year-old Jessie Webb, to help look after Prince George while he’s away in Anglesey.
The retired nanny, who watched Princes William and Harry when they were young, was ‘flattered’ to have been asked to return, according to reports.
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