The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on tour in Northern Ireland and Kate’s been making a beeline for the littlest royal fans as she’s on walkabout.
“It makes me feel broody”
Not only has she charmed locals with her friendly family-oriented chatter, but she’s also revealed some extra details about her own children and life with Prince William.
When she was introduced to a gorgeous five-month-old baby boy named James, she grinned and told the tot’s dad Alan – “He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody.”
“Baby number four?” Alan quipped.
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Kate also complimented a little girl’s outfit as she met assembled royal enthusiasts.
“I love your cool coat. Charlotte loves pink,” Kate gushed.
🎥 Little James Barr was a huge hit with the Duchess of Cambridge here in Ballymena.
Kate Middleton joked that he’s “making her feel broody”! 👶🏼 pic.twitter.com/LRRVK137zD
— Damien Edgar (@damien_edgar7) February 28, 2019
“The same age as Lottie!”
The royal reveals didn’t stop there thanks to a cheeky Belfast blogger named Laura-Ann. Laura and her little boy George very stealthily snuck into a meet-and-greet with some friends and family.
Not only did they get to give a bunch of pretty pink tulips to Kate, they had a brilliant chat and scored some extra goss too!
Laura-Ann chatted to Kate about her children with Kate joking that the excited blogger’s son George had a “really cool name”.
When she told Kate that her other son Bertie – who did not come along to meet Kate – was four, Kate exclaimed: “Oh! He’s the same age as Lottie!”
You can see Laura-Ann’s adventure with Kate in her Instagram story highlights.
So adorable and joyful! LOTTIE!
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Sure Start in Ballymena, which supports parents with children under four years old living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland. Swipe to watch The Duke join a Dinosaur egg hatching activity – which supports children’s physical and cognitive skill development, and to see The Duchess join a spring time gardening activity, which gives children and parent an opportunity to plan their own springtime flower to bring home and take care of. #RoyalVisitNI #Ballymena #NorthernIreland