Kate Middleton and Prince William will raise their royal baby in a different way than what Queen Elizabeth II or Princess Diana did, it has been revealed.
Former Kensington Palace chef Darren McGrady told Us Magazine that the first-time mom may initially try her hand at cooking for the baby, something that neither the Queen nor Diana ever did.
McGrady said that once the baby comes along, Kate and Williams will be expected to start taking on royal engagements again, so any sort of free time they get they'll want to be spending having quality time with the baby.
McGrady, who previously worked full-time with Princess Diana for four years in the '90s, and cooked for Queen Elizabeth II for 11 years, said that the baby's royal treatment will also likely be balanced out with visits with Middleton's parents Michael and Carole.
He said that another way the royal family has evolved to be "more normal" over the years is the amount of hands-on involvement the new parents have with their little son and daughter.
McGrady also predicted that the Duchess, 31, will get much more time with the baby as they're becoming more and more normal as the years go on.