Prince William Talks About Fatherhood At Charity Polo Match
Prince William was out in public for the first time since becoming a father and he shared some insights into life with a new baby at a charity polo match.
The royal was playing a match alongside his brother Prince Harry at the Audi Polo Challenge in the village of Ascot on Saturday.
He told some of those present that he has been stuck in “baby mode” ever since Prince George was born.
The event comes about two weeks after William and his wife Kate Middleton, both 31, welcomed their first born and heir to the British throne.
Little George Alexander Louis is third in line to the throne at the moment, after grandfather Charles and father William.
William commented that it was good to get out of the house for the afternoon, as any new parent would agree. Kate, however, stayed behind in Bucklebury, her childhood home, where her parents live.
Prince William, his wife, and newborn son George have been staying in the secluded countryside home to get to know the Prince and get used to being parents away from London pressures.
The Prince scored the winning goal before the match ended and received a miniature polo stick for his little boy.
He was jokingly asked if he needed some nappies, the British term for diapers, and he replied he would have to pick some up on his way home.
Talking about the game, William said that his mind wasn’t on polo, but on his child and wife. He said he was in baby mode, thinking about “nappies” adding he really wasn’t “in the zone” during the match.
When asked about the little Prince William said that the infant moves around a lot and wriggles. The royal implied that the baby is a busy one saying that he likes to keep them on their toes.
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