Mere days after welcoming their third child into the world, the Duke of Cambridge was back at work as he attended the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey in London. Unsurprisingly, the 35-year-old prince was asked to give an update on his newest arrival — and he happily obliged!
While chatting with fellow attendees, William gushed:
“Sleeping’s going reasonably well so far. So, he’s behaving himself, which is good.”
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Awwwwww. As for how his wife is faring?? Prince Charles‘ oldest noted that both Kate and the baby are “doing very well.”
Sadly, William didn’t spill any specifics about the tiny royal’s moniker, but he did joke that he was open to suggestions. When Australian High Commissioner Alexander Downer asked the proud poppa to consider Alexander as an option, Queen Elizabeth‘s grandson quipped:
“Well, it’s funny you should say that. It’s a good name.”
Although, once William revealed he was willing to consider any name, the Dean of Westminster joked that the kiddo should be named after New Zealand High Commissioner Sir Jerry Mateparae. Without missing a beat, Duchess Kate’s man replied:
“Jerry is a strong name, absolutely.”
Ehhhhh, we have a hard time envisioning a Prince Jerry. But hey, celebs have named their kids crazzzzzier things!!!
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