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Kate admits she would have welcomed extra support after having Prince George

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Kate admits she would have welcomed extra support after having Prince George

Kate admits she would have welcomed extra support after having Prince George

The Duchess of Cambridge has admitted she would have welcomed extra support after giving birth to Prince George while she lived in rural North Wales.

Kate was speaking at an integrated children's centre which offers support to parents during her visit to Wales, where she and Prince William lived for three years until 2015 while he worked as an RAF search and rescue pilot.

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