Poor Kate Middleton! The Duchess of Cambridge is now a single mommy! She will now have to handle the sleepless nights with the royal baby as her hubby Prince William is too tired of waking up at night to attend to the diaper duties and hence has decided to leave the two for some time. Before your imagination starts running in different direction, let us inform you that the royal couple is still very much together. The reason why Prince William is leaving the mommy baby alone is that he has decided to pursue his studies and become one of Britain's highest educated royal. Not bad for a daddy!
The second in line to the throne has decided to study agriculture and hence has decided to enroll in a 10-week course in agricultural management at Cambridge University, Kensington Palace which was announced Monday. William is a graduate with a degree in geography from the University of St. Andrews, which he completed in 2005. But the royal daddy has decided to take responsibility to run the Duchy of Cornwall, currently run by his father, Prince Charles.
"The course has been designed to help provide The Duke with an understanding of contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the United Kingdom," said the statement from the Kensington Palace.
"The executive education programme of seminars, lectures and meetings will draw on the strengths of academics across the university," added the spokesman.
Beginning next year, Prince William will become a full-time student at Cambridge University and will also be given a place in dormitory if he chooses to stay there for the night for the duration of 10 weeks until mid-March. The Prince will learn about the issues facing rural communities and the farming industry through 20 hours of lectures, seminars and meetings a week.
Tough times ahead for the royal. Will he be able to concentrate on the studies after spending some time with baby George? Will he not miss the adorable baby? Though William is expected to live in Cambridge for the duration of course, he will still carry out a number of royal duties too which include a visit to Australia and New Zealand with the Duchess of Cambridge in April.
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