While the Duchess of Cambridge is home with their little prince, the Duke takes over the trading floor in London to raise money for charity benefiting victims of the September 11 tragedy.
Kate Middleton was spotted making a quick stop at McDonald's en route to her new residence in Kensington Palace earlier this week. She reportedly drove herself and Prince George. She was joined by Jessie Webb, Prince William's ex-nanny who had reportedly been asked to come out of her retirement to care for the royal baby.
The Duchess of Cambridge was said making the pit spot at the fast-food restaurant to feed her son. Wearing a casual attire of a white tee underneath her Ralph Lauren tweed jacket and skinny black jeans with minimal make-up and her hair in a messy ponytail, the new mom was seen smiling and waving to a few onlookers.
Prince William was not with the trio. The second-in-line to the throne was in London with his brother Prince Harry to take part in a charity event honoring 9/11 victims. The prince duo turned into temporary stock brokers, spending an hour on the phones to negotiate deals with assistance of professional traders.
They managed to seal a deal worth of 25 billion euros, a world record for a forward foreign exchange, and still found time to poke fun at each other. Harry jokingly told his brother to "stop flirting, get on with it," when the Duke chatted with a female trader. William, at one point, told a caller who asked about baby George, "He's very well thanks. He's sleeping quite well."