Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge ‘Hired Private Trainer To Regain Post Baby Body’
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge showed off her enviably flat stomach at a SportsAid workshop last Friday just four months after giving birth to her first child. While the Duchess has always been slender insiders have revealed she’s worked hard to get her post baby body back and has even enlisted the help of a personal trainer.
The 31-year-old, who took part in a series of sports including volleyball, during the sports workshop at the Copper Box, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Oct. 18 has reportedly been working hard on her post baby figure insiders claim. While getting involved in the fun, Kate’s top was pulled up to reveal her completely flat stomach, causing envy to many who don’t look that good even when they haven’t given birth.
But how has she done it? According to insiders she’s been taking her fitness seriously.
“There is a private gym in Kensington Palace,” a source told E! News reportedly adding that she’s also enlisted the help of a personal trainer for one-on-one session.
“Kate stayed super-fit by running and hitting the gym. That helps in bouncing back.”
Kate shows off her toned stomach while leaping for the ball during a game of volleyball (SplashNews)
They also revealed the Duchess take advantage of the countryside when visiting her parents in Berkshire, claiming: “When she’s in Bucklebury, Kate always does a lot of walking.”
No doubt Kate wanted to get in shape in time for Prince George of Cambridge’s christening tomorrow.
The third in line to the throne will be christened at the Chapel Royal, St James’ Palace on Wednesday at 11am with the service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, infront of just 60 guests. The royal couple are said to be determined to keep the ceremony intimate and personal, but will be throwing a tea party before the service for guests who might have missed out.
A source told The Sun: “There will be a very informal tea party for those who are close to the Duke and Duchess before the christening.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with son Prince George (PressAssociation)
These are believed to include some of their university friends from St Andrews, William’s former colleagues from the RAF Search and Rescue team in Angelsey and family members who weren’t invited to the cermemony.
It was claimed earlier this month the couple had caused waves by choosing not to invite leading members of the royal family to the christening including William’s paternal uncles the Duke of York, Prince Andrew and the Count of Wessex, Prince Edward.
“William and Kate are going to do things differently, and actually, their families are respectful of that,” an insider told E!News.
“Christenings are not state occasions. They’re private affairs and can be as big or intimate as the parents desire.”
Baby George Alexander Louis was born on Monday, July 22 (Splash News)
The insider also addressed the allegations that not every member of the royal family will be invited to the ceremony. It was reported last week that only immediate family were on the guest list, meaning William’s paternal aunts and uncles won’t be included.
But insisting their families understand the couple’s decision, they added: “This won’t be a case of a big rift.”