Queen Elizabeth II is certainly thrilled with the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby number two who is named Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
Susan Pollack, one of the guests at the recently concluded Buckingham Palace garden party, told The Mirror how the Queen reacted to the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby number two.
“I told her I’m so happy at the arrival of another baby.
I said congratulations.
She said, ‘Yes, we love to have another girl’.
She smiled at that.
She was very relaxed and enjoying the event,” said the guest to The Mirror .
The 89-year-old monarch is not the only one pleased.
Prince Charles also recently said that he was “really hoping for a girl.” Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby number two was born on May 2 at the St.
Mary’s Hospital in Paddington.
After welcoming their second child, the royal couple reportedly went back to their Anmer Hall residence.
With the birth of the new royal baby, supporters are hoping that the alleged indifference between Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Cambridge will vanish.
It was previously reported by a Daily Mail source that Prince William’s grandmother was allegedly displeased because the royal couple’s current residence was not maintained “like a proper royal household” and that it’s “too middle class.” Gossip Cop also reported that Kate Middleton is afraid that the Queen deliberately hired spies to pose as normal helpers.
The mother-of-two’s doubts allegedly intensified when the helpers left to join the Kensington Palace after a few months of working for her.
“Kate’s greatest fear is that someone in her house could be spying on her.
She knows the queen doesn’t fully trust her and staff members are quite loyal to the queen.
Kate would hate for them to tell her anything they saw or heard,” claimed an insider to the website.
The Palace is yet to address the issue.