Prince William got a scant two-day paternity leave before he had to show up to work for Anzac Day church service yesterday at Westminster Abbey. But he is only human, footage clearly showed. William was filmed struggling to stay awake in service, which commemorated Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women.
His third, name-to-be-announced child was born Monday. "Life with a newborn baby," People declared in its tweet of William's battle with fatigue. Accurate:
He was the third wheel to Meghan Markle and his brother Prince Harry during service, and while no one can say for sure, it certainly looks like Markle and Harry had a moment while (and maybe because of) Will's struggles in this photo:
William did give his new son some credit though when talking to royal reporters before service. “Sleeping’s going reasonably well so far," William told them. "So he’s behaving himself, which is good.”
Prince William says: “Sleeping’s going reasonably well so far. So he’s- Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) April 25, 2018
behaving himself, which is good.”
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