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The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge were in Oxfordshire today to celebrate the wedding of close friends William van Cutsem & Rosie Ruck Keene.
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The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge were in Oxfordshire today to celebrate the wedding of close friends William van Cutsem & Rosie Ruck Keene.
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How inane to even suggest that Kate has "inherited" anything from Diana. Sheeesh. If Kate has inherited her style and grace from anyone, it would have been her own mother by example.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding website is 'deactivated'-
Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding website is 'deactivated' - Telegraph
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Hello reports a tour to Australia and NZ is being planned for Will & Kate for Spring 2014.
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I'm really looking forward to another tour. I wonder if they'll take the baby with them?
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I'm really looking forward to another tour. I wonder if they'll take the baby with them?
From the years of watching this couple, I would think the odds of them taking the baby with them is far greater than leaving the child home with nannies. I think Will and Kate are going to be very hands on parents.
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Old 05-27-2013, 02:56 PM
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They'll probably take a nanny along with them ...
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I'm really looking forward to another tour. I wonder if they'll take the baby with them?
I hope not. I thought it was a bit of a publicity stunt when Diana did it. Royal tours are not family vacations. They generally have pretty packed schedules of daily engagements so at best the baby is left in a hotel room with nannies and the parents get to see the baby for a few minutes in the morning before going out and then in the evening while changing for a dinner.
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I really don't think Charles & Diana took baby William with them for publicity or did it as a stunt. They had a royal tour to take on and naturally they took their baby with them.

I think when William & Catherine do another tour, they will most likely take their baby too. The days of leaving the baby at home while they go to another country is pretty much over. I'll have to wait for some confirmation on this particular trip though.
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I don't know; I seem to recall that Diana said taking the baby was a mistake because his routines were all disrupted and it was very difficult to keep to their schedule.

(But of course, everyone loved seeing the baby! I know I would want to).
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I think it would've been very hard for her and Charles to leave baby William back at home for six whole weeks. I just don't see William & Catherine leaving their baby behind until the baby gets older.
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They'll probably take a nanny along with them ...
Perhaps they will bring Grandma Carole!
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I don't know; I seem to recall that Diana said taking the baby was a mistake because his routines were all disrupted and it was very difficult to keep to their schedule.

(But of course, everyone loved seeing the baby! I know I would want to).
I do think William and Kate will take their baby on their 1st tour after he/she is born, but they might also conclude (as Diana did) that taking a baby on tour is a mistake.

Because for William's 1st birthday, he was left behind with his nannies while Diana and Charles toured Canada.

Here is the story from People magazine's archives:
A Royal First - Birthdays, The British Royals, Prince Charles, Prince William, Princess Diana : People.com
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IIRC, when Charles and Diana did the Australian tour with baby William, I think I read that they were guests at a friend/relative's homestead which they made their base for the tour. William and crew stayed there with Charles and Diana stopping in whenever it was possible to do so. I'd have to look it up in my books to find the exact details that I read.

The idea of Gramma Carole going along for Baby C isn't a far fetched idea either but I would put my bet down on a nanny. We also have to remember we don't know details... just that a possible trip is possible. The length of the trip would make a big difference along with certain other things such as Kate possibly still breast feeding (IF she's going to. We don't know).
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As pointed out by a previous post, the Aussie NZ tour that Charles and Diana did with baby William was 6 weeks, I don't think that the royals do tours of that length anymore. A trip to down under - 2 weeks max. I don't think they would take baby Cambridge with them. Their foreign tours are pretty packed schedule wise. I would think that they would leave the baby and Lupo with Mike and Carole. With technology today, they could check in daily with Skype or FaceTime

Plus people would complain about the extra cost to take the baby, all it's stuff, extra policeman and somebody to watch him/her.
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Apparently we have 4 potential weddings next saturday;

MoS Diary: Kate's dilemma: One weekend... four wedding invitations | Mail Online

Rupert Finch is marrying Natasha Rufus Isaacs in Cirencester.
Peregrine Hood is marrying Serena Nikkah’s in Wiltshire.
Nigerian oil heiress Emma McQuiston, become Britain’s first black marchioness when she heads down the aisle with the Viscount Weymouth, Ceawlin Thynn, at his family estate at Longleat in Wiltshire.
Charlotte Goldsmith is getting married to designer Philip Colbert at a trendy affair in East London.
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