The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton recently surprised everyone as she video called two parents who recently gave birth to their new son.
Rebecca and John were happy to give birth to a newborn kid. Kate Middleton gave an adorable surprise by wishing them through a video call. The call was shared on YouTube.
She said, “Very nice to meet you,” “This is a first. Well, firstly, huge congratulations. Is it a little boy or a little girl?”
When the couple informed her they had a baby boy, she replied, “He’s so sweet. Congratulations!”
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“Having a baby is an extraordinary experience at any time, but having one during the lockdown and then having a surprise conversation with the Duchess of Cambridge after two hours of sleep was particularly surreal,” the new mom told People. “The Duchess asked us about having a baby at such an unusual time, and our experience on the maternity ward was that all the midwives made it as normal as possible – apart from the masks, it was the same as when we had our first son, Rafe, in 2015. The midwives were amazing on both occasions.”
“Babies come all the time so the fact that you’re having to work in these difficult times, so well done,” she said.