Prince William reportedly shares a strong bond with his parents-in law. It has been oft reported that Prince William is a loving son-in-law and he make sure that he spends quality time with his wife Kate Middleton's parents, Carole Elizabeth Middleton and Michael Francis Middleton.
Prince William and the Middletons get along "splendidly", according to E! online. To prove that he does care about his relationship with them, Prince William reportedly broke the Christmas tradition and invited them to the royal Christmas church service. Both Carole and Michael attended Queen Elizabeth's annual church service, though they gave the annual Christmas lunch at the Sandringham palace a miss.
"This request would have come from William. William is making his own rules—he's not sticking to the tradition but the Queen has to move with the times and she's good at that," editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward revealed to People.
Prince William and Kate have been married for three years now and are parents to a seventeen-month-old Prince George. Kate, who is currently pregnant with her second child, also made sure that her mother Carole was there for her during her first trimester. That time Kate was suffering from severe morning sickness and it was Carole who reportedly took care of her daughter. Even Prince William is extremely comfortable with Carole coming to his house and taking care of Kate and little Prince George.
Meanwhile, Kate gearing up to give birth to the second royal baby and is making sure that she spends some quality time with Prince George. "They're making the most of [their time together]. She will be mindful that this will be one of the last opportunities for solo 'George time," nurse Sarah Dixon revealed according to the Website.
Kate wants to raise Prince George and her awaited bundle of joy in Norfolk. She and Prince William have reportedly decided to stay away from Kensington Place for a while.