A Royal Family: E! News Special Premieres on 30 July @ 10PM only on E!
Now that his Royal Highness has arrived, E! is celebrating the momentous birth with A Royal Family: E! News Special, which will share with viewers all the “must know” details of the royal House of Windsor’s newest descendent. The all-new, one-hour special will feature interviews from royal experts, friends of the palace and those close to new parents Will & Kate. All that is known thus far about the royal heir will be revealed, including Will and Kate’s parenting philosophies, what type of life and education the child is likely to have, and all those juicy tidbits about life in a palace viewers are dying to learn, when A Royal Family: E! News Special premieres on 30 July, Tuesday @10pm only on E!
A Royal Family: E! News Special will detail exactly who was with Kate in the delivery room at St. Mary’s Hospital in London’s Paddington neighbourhood, all of the lavish amenities that come along with the hospital’s much-buzzed-about Lindo Wing, and delivery reactions from family and friends. A behind-the-scenes look at life in Kensington Palace will disclose details about the new nursery, household staff, and the life of protocol and etiquette that awaits the new prince.
It takes only one word to describe the life that the royal baby will lead. POSH. From private planes and trains to luxurious holidays, see what childhood has in store for him. Apart from the “members only” children’s club where he will be treated to days of cultured learning in surroundings that include a night studio, play lounge, cooking school and café, the royal family has always attempted to remain as “normal” as possible… given their lofty station.
Plus, in-depth look at the new parents might reveal what they could be like with a little one about the house. How involved will Her Majesty be in deciding how the child is raised? How involved are Kate’s parents expected to be? Are Kate and William going to be hands-on parents? Who will be getting up for those middle-of-the-night feedings? When can we expect a royal sibling for William and Kate’s son? All these questions, and more, will be answered by the experts, and family friends who will share their thoughts, views and expectations in this compelling special.
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While many believe Prince George of Cambridge’s name is a nod to the Queen and her father, George VI, there is also an interesting overlooked link to Princess Diana’s family.
“The three names George Alexander Louis are also the names of Prince William’s cousins,” royal observer Margaret Holder tells The London Evening Standard. “It’s intriguing that he’s also gone for the Spencer side. There is George McCorquodale, there is Alexander Fellowes and there is Louis Spencer, son of Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, and heir to the Althorp House. All three cousins attended William and Kate’s wedding.”
Ms. Holder adds, “I think this is another way of Prince William keeping his mother close, as he said about Diana’s engagement ring, which he gave to Kate.
People like the way this young couple showed consideration in choosing their baby’s name..The DNA matters too..so rejoice with The Duke and Duchess and the rest of the family..
24 hours after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named their son George Alexander Louis, there is still a lot of speculation as to the inspiration behind the names. However, Buckingham Palace has revealed why the name was chosen: “They liked the names – no more, no less.”
It is believed William and Kate had already decided on the name by the time they introduced the Queen to her heir at Kensington Palace yesterday morning. There is no royal protocol which dictates the sovereign must be given approval, but it is believed the couple discussed their choice with her during their 30-minute meeting. William and Kate then told other members of their immediate family before making the news public at 6:15pm.
It took only two days for George’s name to be released, compared with seven days when William was born in 1982