Kate Middleton is overjoyed.
These baby news will probably not only make Kate Middleton appear. Her personal assistant Natasha Archer and her husband Chris Jackson, the official photographer of the British Royal Family, became parents for the first time on December 19, 2018. Duchess Kate's assistant gave birth to a healthy son Theo.
Kate Middleton stylist Natasha Archer got her baby
Already the announcement Natasha Archer's pregnancy Kate Middleton had caused a storm of excitement. Duchess Kate's long-time artist, Kate, belongs to her inner circle and is called "Tash" in the British royal family. Archer is a regular member of Kate's beauty and helps the Duchess choose her dress for formal appointments.
Natasha Archer assisted Duchess Kate after her pregnancy
Even after the birth of Prince Louis, it was Natasha Archer who immediately rushed to Kate Middleton Hospital and prepared her for the photo exit after delivery. Archer left St. Mary's Hospital just an hour before Kate Middleton before she, along with Prince William, introduced Little Prince Louis to the public for the first time.
Kate Middleton happy: Royals photographer shows his baby son
Chris Jackson, otherwise always on the cover of royal events, presented his son several times proud of Instagram.
Natasha Archer leaves Kate Middleton because of the baby?
A few days after the delivery, Duchess Kate's assistant is now given a special honor: According to "Mirror" she is on the Queen's "New Year's Honors" list and will be included in the "Royal Victorian Order". Royal fans have taken up the nomination with wonder, but otherwise such honor is only given to the employees of the court who have left this in time or have already left.
It is quite possible that Duchess Kate will soon say goodbye to her assistant because she can spend more time with her baby.
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