EXCLUSIVE: William & Kate Get a Helping Hand After the Arrival of Princess Charlotte

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Kate Middleton's glamorous look following childbirth had everyone wondering: How did she do it? ET special correspondent Katie Nicholl was on the ground in London digging up details on how the Duchess of Cambridge pulled off her perfect post-delivery glow.
Kate reportedly had a bedside blowout as her hairdresser was seen going in through one of the side entrances at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, but Kate did her own makeup and her own nails. Her stylist Natasha Archer would have helped her choose the yellow Jenny Packham dress.
Jenny Packham was the same designer that Kate wore while introducing Prince George to the world in 2013.
Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was born on Saturday, May 2 at 8:34 a.m., weighing 8 lbs., 3 oz. The Duchess reportedly gave birth without an epidural and had two midwives by her side, Arona Ahmed and Jacqui Dunkley-Bent.
In a nod to the past Prince William brought son Prince George to meet his sister in the same manner that Prince Charles brought William to meet Prince Harry when he was born in 1984.
ET has exclusively learned that Kate's mother Carole is planning to move in to help out with the family when they are at their country residence, Anmer Hall, but even with the extra help, William and Kate want to be as hands-on as possible and there is a maternity nurse on call.