Just after the birth of the third heir to the throne, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, Kate Middleton and Prince William left Kensington Palace to spend some quality time with Kate’s family in her hometown of Bucklebury.
The town of course was overjoyed by the Royal family’s arrival erecting a string of congratulatory signs in their honor. One new town addition reads “Congratulations Wills & Kate on the birth of your son love from us all at the Cottage Inn 22/ July / 2013”.
Other signs to have been installed read “Bucklebury – A Village Fit for a King”.
Known as a humble farming parish the community are apparently “fiercely proud that a future monarch hails from their village".
The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents’, Michael and Carole Middleton, home is an extremely private location providing William and Kate with the solace they so desperately require at this eventful time.
Bucklebury’s vice chairman Barry Dickens commented: “What a lovely suggestion. For thousands of years kings and queens have been born and raised in huge castles or stately homes” and now of course the future King will enjoy his first few weeks in a more calming environment.
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