The 31-year-old new mum revealed how much she’s enjoying her new role during her first public appearance since George was born in Angelsey last week where she also revealed he was getting “huge”. Kate made a surprise appearance at the Ring O’ Fire “ultra” marathon, where her husband was officially kicking off proceedings and according to the Telegraph had made a last minute decision to come. Mingling with well-wishers, Kate reportedly couldn’t stop gushing about her new son with Marian Wyn-Jones, the High Sheriff of Gwynedd claiming she told her she was “loving” being a mum. “We were talking about the joy she was having from George and how quick he was changing, she couldn’t quite believe it,” she told The Telegraph. “She’s enjoying every minute of it. ‘He’s getting quite huge,’ she said.” Kate glows as she returns to the spotlight following birth of Prince George (JamesWhatling/SplashNews) The last time we saw baby George was in the first official picture of the royal family, released by the couple from a personal snap taken by Kate’s father Michael Middleton. Kate and Wills are set to say goodbye to their home on Angelsey, where the couple have lived for the last three and a half years, when William’s tour as an RAF Search and Rescue helicopter pilot comes to an end next month. The first official picture of Kate, Wills and baby George (Press Association) Confirming their departure in a recent speech at the Anglesey Show he said: “I know that I speak for Catherine when I say that I have never in my life known somewhere as beautiful and as welcoming as Anglesey. The views across the Menai Straits are undoubtedly among the most stunning in the British Isles.” “‘I know that both of us will miss it terribly when my Search and Rescue tour of duty comes to an end next month and we have to move elsewhere. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for making my wife and me so welcome when we arrived here, as you do thousands of visitors each year.” Kate and William officially open the Ring O’Fire Ultra Marathon 2013 (JamesWhatling/SplashNews) William added that their time on the island had been so special because it was the first home he shared with Kate as a married couple: “This island has been our first home together, and it will always be an immensely special place for us both. Catherine and I look forward to returning again and again over the coming years with our family. ”
Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge ‘Loving Every Minute’ Of Being A Mum To Prince George
On the day of their graduation from St. Andrews on June 23, 2005 in Scotland. (Image credit: Tumblr/williamcatherinefan) Every little girl dreams of marying a handsome prince, becoming a princess or queen, living a luxurious life in a magnificent castle and wearing all the beautiful attires you can dream of. Kate Middleton lived out this fairytale for all the snooping eyes of the world to see when she wed Prince William in a lavish, breathtaking and televised ceremony. Kate rose from being a commoner to royalty. The two met and fell in love during their days at St. Andrews. However, there were speculations that Kate’s presence at the same university as William was not a coincidence at all. A new book titled “Kate: The Future Queen” written by royal editor at the Daily Mail Katie Nicholl spilled the beans on the real story of how Kate met William. According to the new book, Kate Middleton was already close to Prince William even before their St. Andrew days. She met him through a school friend from Marlborough College.In fact, Kate Middleton met Prince William in 1999 at his father Prince Charles’ Highgrove estate in Gloucestershire. “We all knew as teachers that that year group was moving in Royal circles, that they were friends,” revealed Anne Patching, Kate’s house-mistress, according to extracts from the book. Anne Patching also added that Kate’s unexpected change came as a surprise to those at her school.