William and Kate in no Hurry to Start Family

In No Hurry to Start a Family

Just in case you've been wondering about Prince William and Kate and a new baby, Prince William and Kate Middleton are putting off starting a family till some time next year so they're able to concentrate on the Diamond Jubilee as well as the London Olympics.

In spite of hopes of a Jubilee infant, sources close to the couple have said they're in no hurry to have a baby right now. "There's no urgent need for an heir - we already have two", says a source. "Will and Kate want to take things in their own good time." And I say good for them, enjoy each other.

Kate Attending Engagements on Her Own While William is Away

The news comes as Clarence House affirmed that Kate who is 30 will commence with solo official engagements next month, when her husband leaves for his initial tour of duty in the Falkland Islands.

"It will probably be a superb distraction for her and take her mind off worrying about Prince William." a source says, "At the moment, having a baby is definitely on the back burner."

The Duchess of Cambridge - who married Prince William last April will be the Royal patron of the following:

  • Art School
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Action On Addiction
  • East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

The Duchess has also stated she will volunteer for the Scout Association.

Kate Wants to Know Them Intimately

Looks like she's going to be rather busy while William is away. She will pay a visit to all her patronages publicly at least once and continue to take a look at them privately. It is going to definitely be a hectic and busy period for her.

The reason Kate chose only a couple of charities is that she really wants to get to know them intimately. Which definitely is an excellent idea on her part.

William and Kate Middleton will likely be apart for 6 weeks in February and March, then they'll get ready for the Jubilee weekend in June. And in September or October they will plan to tour:

  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • The Solomon Islands
  • Tuvalu

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