The world is celebrating the birth of royal baby, and reports are that Prince William has planned to give new mom Kate Middleton amazing Push Presents. He has been meticulously planning for it many months before the arrival of their baby, according to the sources in the royal family.
We are well aware that now it is somewhat of a tradition for new dads to present their partners with a ‘push present’ on the birth of their baby. According to reports published in a few leading British dailies in February William has been planning to present a new set of crown jewels to his wife.
The report states that William thought of this present as in the past Kate had to borrow regal jewelry for official engagements. Quoting an insider the reports say that he has commissioned a new set to celebrate the birth of their first child, having already received permission directly from the Queen. Kate will be given a sparkly new tiara, earrings, bracelets and rings, which she’ll wear for significant occasions – most importantly when William finally ascends to the throne.
On Her wedding day in 2011, Duchess of Cambridge wore a Halo tiara made for the Queen Mother in 1936. The source has revealed that the birth of the new heir to the throne would be the perfect time according to William for Kate to have something of her own instead.
Recently, the Duchess of Cambridge made her first appearance as a mother when she presented her baby to the waiting crowds on the steps of the Lindo Wing and the style icon looked the very image of the glowing new mother with that beautiful diamond and sapphire engagement ring sparkling on her finger.
Kate looked really amazing and seemed to have carefully picked out the dress for her most high profile moments with all the world watching. We all know she is one of the most scrutinized women in the world. She chose a crepe de chine polka dot dress by Jenny Packham.
The cornflower blue, polka-dot print appeared to be a touching tribute to Princess Diana, who stood in a similar dress on the same steps at the St. Mary’s Hospital nearly three decades ago, when Prince William was born.