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Kate Middleton reckons her youngest child, Prince Louis, is growing up so fast judging by her last comment.
During a visit to Little Village, a family support center in Brent, the mother-of-three – Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4 – admitted she can’t stop supporting her youngest when ” my baby’.
The 40-year-old Duchess of Cambridge said: “I always think Louis is my baby but he’s a real boy now,” per persons.
On June 2, Prince Louis joined his older siblings in the annual Trooping The Color carriage procession that marked the Queen’s 96th birthday.
At the time, the young king was elegantly dressed in a white and navy blue sailor’s top that complemented the similarly styled attire of his siblings.
A source spoke up earlier this month Hi! about Middleton’s normal approach to parenting, calling her a “down to earth mother”.
This came while she was explaining her interaction with Prince George and Prince Louis at a local trampoline park in south-west London.
The source told the news outlet, “Kate takes her kids to the trampoline park fairly regularly and really blends in like any other mother.”
They added: “She went with George and Louis a few Saturdays ago and like everyone else she took her shoes off and walked along the edge of the trampolines to follow her sons. It was a very down to earth mommy moment, very sweet.
In May, during Middleton and Prince William’s two-day visit to Scotland, the royal couple visited John’s Primary School in Port Glasgow, where the Duke quipped, “Can you get my wife out of here before she gets brooding?”
This comes after Prince William made a similar remark during his visit to Clitheroe Community Hospital in Lancashire in January.
As she gazed admiringly at Anastasia, the couple’s daughter, with whom she was taking a picture, Prince William said, “Don’t give my wife any more ideas,” it is said persons
Additionally, in February, “the child princess” herself admitted to being brooding while speaking to parents at Copenhagen’s Children’s Museum during a two-day solo trip to Denmark.
That Daily Mail reported that while promoting the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, which she launched in 2021, the Duchess revealed: “William always worries that I meet with children under the age of one.
“I come home and I say, ‘Let’s have another one.’
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