Latest Royal Video Proves Kate Middleton’s Kids Definitely Have A Ringleader!
The young Royals have joined the world of Instagram and we couldn’t be happier! It means we get to see a more candid side to them that the Palace would’ve normally kept behind closed doors.
Just recently, Prince William and Kate Middleton took their kids to explore the Duchess’ Back To Nature themed garden for the world renowned Chelsea Flower Show where footage has been shared for all the world to see.
What we loved witnessing most of all was just how adorable and grown up the royal kids are. Prince George looks to be the spitting image of his dad while his baby brother Louis is seen adorably walking for the first time in front of cameras.
But it’s Princess Charlotte who displays the biggest personality and level of spunk. Her zest for life and adventure is clearly shown in the video where she’s seen running around exploring her new surrounds.
— Lizzie Robinson (@LizzieITV) May 20, 2019
While some may she’s a little bossy boots we say she’s the perfect blend of assertiveness and boss lady that the country may need as it’s leader one day! At one point in the video she’s yelling to her big brother saying, “George! Quicker, George!” While later on Prince William asks her, “Can you help George?” and she happily skips by and says, “No.”
Hahahaha! That’s gold. Poor George. Charlotte also displayed her spunk last year at her brother Louis’ christening when she hilariously told photographers “You’re not coming,” when posing for a group pic. While at Meghan Markle’s wedding she was the one keeping all the younger bridesmaids and pageboys in order while they waited to enter the church.
We’re telling you- Princess Charlotte has leadership skills that have not gone unnoticed!
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Proud dad Prince William spent some one on one time with young George on a rope ball swing and adoringly asked him what he would rate it out of 10. “Twenty,” he responds in the cutest voice ever!
Kate’s choice for the Chelsea Show Garden entry was motivated by her passion of bringing the topic of children and mental health awareness to the forefront.
“In recent years I have focused much of my work on the early years, and how instrumental they are for outcomes later in life. I believe that spending time outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundations for children to become happy, healthy adults,” she once said on social media.
The Queen even popped in to have a look at the garden and by the look of the photo she gave it her royal seal of approval!