With the Diamond Jubilee out of the way, all eyes are on Kate Middleton and Prince William for potential news of a new arrival. The couple are keen to start a family and are already thinking about baby names. Prince William is apparently "determined" to honor his late mother, Diana, if they have a girl. According to Now magazine, Wills' grandma (known as 'The Queen' to the rest of us) has already told him that he shouldn't let his royal duties get in the way of happiness, or his family duties.
Aged 30 now, Kate will be starting motherhood significantly later in life than some of her predecessors. The Queen was 22 when she first gave birth and Princess Diana was just 20 when she gave birth to William. A source told the magazine "If it's a girl her middle names will be Elizabeth after Wills' grandmother and Diana after his mother."
Now magazine has also reported that Kate Middleton is planning a special treat for William's 30th birthday (June 21, 2012). With big sister Pippa Midleton being a party planner, it shouldn't be too hard for Kate to pull of something amazing for her husband. A royal insider told the magazine that she's hoping to kick off the party with a murder mystery game, as well as providing a sumptuous roast dinner for 25 of William's closest friends.