New Details: Prince William and Kate Middleton Calling for Help?
Prince William and Kate Middleton initially declined outside assistance to help take care of newborn Prince George, but sources tell People the couple may now be calling for backup.
An insider told the magazine Kate and Will are now being assisted by one of the midwives who attended Kate's delivery at St. Mary's hospital.
London-based maternity nurse Sarah Dixon, who has helped friends of the royal couple, said, "It is very common for members of the royal family to see the same midwife through the pregnancy, at the birth and then for that midwife to stay on for postnatal care."
When the Duke, Duchess and Prince George move to Kensington Palace in mid-fall they will also be assisted by the Queen's housekeeper, Antonella Fresolone.