Kate Middleton receipt of Royal Order discussed by Nicholl
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The Duchess of Cambridge gave a “rare insight” in her family life by opening up about royal motherhood. At the start of 2020, Kate had joined the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast to speak about her early years work. Channel 5 documentary, ‘Kate: Our Queen in Waiting’, delved into what the future queen had divulged.
Narrator David Riley told viewers: “Kate’s level of honesty when being interviewed for a parenting podcast was quite unlike any royal parenting revelations that had gone before.
“It offered up a rare insight into their family life.”
In one audio clip from the podcast, host Giovanna Fletcher asked the Duchess if she struggled with “mum guilt”.
Kate answered: “Yes, absolutely.”
She joked: “I think anyone who say they don’t is actually lying.
“Even this morning, George and Charlotte were like, ‘Mummy, how could you possibly not be dropping us off at school this morning?'”
Royal journalist Victoria Murphy added: “Kate touched on subjects like mum guilt.
“There was a bit of a risk there might be a backlash.”
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She continued: “People might say, ‘Well, how can you relate to the struggles of ordinary people?’
“But I think the reason why that interview worked so well is because of the sincerity and the way that she lives her life.”
Kate also talked about her decision to do “hypnobirthing” for her first pregnancy with Prince George, a method that has been mocked as “hippy dippy”.
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Hypnobirthing is a method of pain management that can be used during labour and birth.
It involves using a mixture of visualisation, relaxation and deep breathing techniques.
Kate has been open about suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, which causes severe vomiting, during her pregnancies.
She told the podcast: “It was through hyperemesis that I really realised the power of the mind over the body.
“I really had to try anything and everything to get through it.”
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