Catherine Middleton has revealed her Royal baby with husband Prince William is due in July but claims the child has it’s “own agenda”.
Catherine Middleton is due to give birth in July and plans to take up knitting during her maternity leave.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married in April 2011 and are expecting their first child together this summer.
Catherine is six months pregnant and confessed her plans for the arrival while visiting a homeless shelter in Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday, according to British newspaper Daily Mirror.
“It’s around mid-July but apparently babies have their own agenda,” she told project manager Rachel Sawyer about the impending birth. “We have a shortlist for both [boy and girl] but it’s very difficult. My friends keep texting me names.”
The 31-year-old admitted she would bring her Royal duties to a halt “around June time” and told guides she had taken up knitting as something to do in her spare time.
When handed a woven teddy bear by one admirer, Catherine divulged that her attempts at the craft were not going well.
“I’ll have to ask for some tips. I’ve been trying to knit myself and I’m really bad,” she shared.
Meanwhile Prince William attempted to show off his DJ-ing skills with the younger crowd.
The 30-year-old was apparently embarrassed while trying out the musical skill, even claiming it was more difficult than flying an aircraft.
“Seriously this is much harder,” said Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson, who is reportedly quitting his current Royal Air Force role.
“I’ll give everything a go once. I think I should come better prepared next time,” he added.
It was announced recently that Britain’s search and rescue helicopter service is to be privatised after being operated by the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force for more than 50 years.
Texas-based firm Bristow made the winning bid to operate Britain’s “SAR” and Prince William is said to be looking for another job elsewhere.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Thursday, 04. April 2013