During a visit to Bradford, Yorkshire on Wednesday with her husband Prince William, the mother-of-three proudly spoke to royal fans about her children - Prince Louis, who is one-year-old, Prince George, six-years-old, and daughter Princess Charlotte, four-years-old - and her youngest son’s ‘balancing’ skills.
Grandmother Jo Broadbent was one individual who had a chance to speak to the Duchess of Cambridge, with the pair engaging in a group sing-along and discussion about parenting.
‘I asked how her children were,’ Broadbent told reporters following her encounter with the royal. ‘She said Louis had started to tell her “he’s balancing” and she said it was really nice to see him turning into a little boy from being a baby. She’s obviously very proud of her children.’
The sweet moment was reminiscent of the Duchess’ discussion about Louis in December with a group of schoolchildren who picked out Christmas trees with her.
‘You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying, “Me, me, me”. And he wants to come everywhere with me!’ the royal told the children.
On the subject of having more children with her husband, Kate opened up about the pair’s parenting plans going forward.
‘I don’t think William wants any more,’ Kate told royal fan Josh Macpalce during a visit to the Khidmat Centre before embracing him.
‘Thank you for the hug,’ she told the 22-year-old.
In February last year, the royal admitted she was feeling ‘broody’ after meeting a five-month-old baby during her tour in Northern Ireland with her husband.
‘He’s gorgeous,’ she told father Alan Barr of his son James. ‘It makes me feel broody.’
When Barr quizzed if the royal was thinking of ‘baby number four’, she replied: ‘I think William would be a little worried.’
During the visit to Yorkshire, the pair enjoyed a rare PDA moment together when Prince William gave his wife of eight years a white rose after meeting with well wishers.
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