IT was just a few little words, but oh how they resonated with every single first- time mother. Kate Middleton admitted this week that she felt “cut off and isolated” when she moved to Wales after the birth of her first son George, and we all fell a little bit more in love with her. Kate was meeting other mums at a children and parents’ centre in Cardiff when she shared her feelings of loneliness after moving to Anglesey, where Prince William began working as a pilot for the local ambulance service. Kate had endured a tough pregnancy and was recovering from the birth when they moved to an area far away from her friends and family. She didn’t know anyone and her husband was often working night shifts. She told mums that she would have loved to have had a similar community centre on her doorstep where she could have made friends and met other women in the same boat. It was endearing to hear her being so open about her feelings. And for her to share the sort of anxieties that affect all of us when we first become parents. You believed she would have popped in for… Read full this story
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