Cupid's Pulse Article: Kate Middleton Awaits Royal Celebrity Baby Four Days After Due DateCupid's Pulse Article: Kate Middleton Awaits Royal Celebrity Baby Four Days After Due Date

By Jenna Bagcal

With the anticipation of the newest royal celebrity baby, famous couple Kate Middleton and Prince William have a lot to be excited about. But the little bundle of joy may be coming later than expected. Celebrity news from reports that Middleton’s original due date for the little prince or princess was April 23. However, the royal couple are optimistic and positive about the birth of their second child since their first son, Prince George, was also born a few days past due.

This royal celebrity baby is taking his or her time! What are some ways to support your partner after her due date?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Giving birth to a baby is a wonderful part of life that is shared by famous couples and regular couples alike. But there are responsibilities attached to parenthood as well. Here is Cupid’s love advice for how to make sure you’re being a supportive partner after the birth of your baby:

1. Make sure baby responsibilities are equally shared: One of the best ways to be a supportive partner after the birth of your baby is to make sure you’re doing your part in the child rearing process. That means getting up in the middle of the night to calm down your crying baby and changing diapers an equal amount of times as your partner. Although you may not have birthed the baby yourself, your partner will appreciate you putting in the same amount of work that she does.

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2. Keep the arguments to a minimum: To create an aura of peace and tranquility for your partner and the baby after her due date, make sure that you’re not starting silly arguments over nothing. So before you get combative over whose turn it is to do the dishes, take a second to talk about it calmly with your partner and come up with a compromise.

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3. Show your significant other you care with small gestures: With a baby in the mix, it may be difficult at times to remember to show your partner that you care about them. Small gestures like making their favorite breakfast or running a few of their errands for them are surefire ways to show your love and support.

How can you provide support to your partner after the arrival of the baby? Share your ideas below!