Meghan Markle is supposed to debut in the industry on the podcast this summer. But she is not the first and only one from the British Royal family to step foot into the world of podcasts. Duchess Kate made her podcast debut on Saturday, February 15. Kensington Palace announced through Instagram that the Duchess of Cambridge will accompany Giovanna Fletcher’s “Happy Mum, Happy Baby” podcast.
In this podcast show, the main topic is going to be women going through motherhood. Kete, who is already a mother, will discuss her journey through motherhood and her interest in the early years of childhood. 38 years old Kate will also discuss her “5 Big Questions” survey, which she launched last month. This was done to further comprehend childhood development.
Kensington Palace posted the details on their official Instagram account with the details of the survey. People are encouraged to take part in it so they can have an insight into it. During her podcast, Kate explained how it feels to be a mother to Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 20 months. She also mentioned her husband Prince William too.
Kate mentioned her help in the Palace. She says, “I had an amazing Granny who devoted a lot of time to us — playing with us, doing arts and crafts, and going to the greenhouse to do gardening, and cooking with us”. It is speculated by fans that in the coming episodes Kate is going to explain more details about royal life.