“Like any family, it’s always wonderful when a loved one is able to come back home. I’m sure the kids are really excited to have Kate back,” Harrold exclusively told The Post.
“It will also be great for William because when your partner or your loved one isn’t home, it leaves a void.”
“The fact that Kate is back home, behind closed doors, it’ll mean they’re able to return to some sense of normality,” he added.
William, who had hit the brakes on his official engagements while Kate was in the hospital, is expected to resume his official duties once the Princess settles in back at home.
Royal sources say Kate’s return to official duties “will depend on medical advice closer to the time.”
Harrold, who worked for Charles for seven years when he was the Prince of Wales, says William will no doubt be waiting on Kate “hand and foot.”
“He’s a very caring, very loving kind of character and I noticed that a lot when I spent time with them both back in the day,” Harrold recalled. “I’ve no doubt that wouldn’t have changed, William will make sure Kate is cared for and that she has a quick recovery.”
“The sooner her recovery, I’m sure the sooner the pair will get back to carrying out their royal duties together, which is something that I think they enjoy,” he shared, adding that the Waleses “enjoy their working life together.”
“I think they’ll be keen to get back to normal with it,” he said, adding that the pair do not have a large household at their Windsor residence.