What a supermom! After Kate Middleton posed for photos alongside husband Prince William and their newborn son, Prince Louis, just seven hours after giving birth in late April, the Duchess apparently didn't exactly go home and rest.
According to a new Daily Mail report, the 36-year-old royal did the morning school drop-off with her eldest son, Prince George, 5, just one day after she gave birth to baby Louis. Though Kate is known for taking George to London's St Thomas's Battersea on a regular basis, doing the drop-off mere hours after having her third baby is a serious #MomGoals moment.
However, a source told the Daily Mail that when Kate does stop by George's school her presence is typically no big deal for the other parents, students, and staff. "No one really gives Kate a second glance when she does the school drop-off. We have a Victoria's Secret model doing the school run, too, and the dads are far more interested in her," an insider explained.
The same seemingly goes for William's casual visits to St Thomas's Battersea. The Daily Mail source additionally revealed that the Duke of Cambridge, 36, recently attended a parent meet-and-greet at the school "dressed down in chinos, a [sweater], and wearing his glasses."
Though Louis is her third child, Kate has always seemed to bounce back pretty quickly after giving birth. It also helps that she is reportedly "beaming with happiness" after welcoming Louis, royal biographer Ingrid Seward recently told People. "She has blossomed and looked more confident, beaming with happiness," Seward said of Kate at Louis' July 10 christening. George, Princess Charlotte, and Louis are so lucky to have Kate as their mom — she's amazing!
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