On Tuesday, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in Kennington, south London.
She was visiting the centre to learn more about support being offered to youngsters and their families through Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP).
Kate had been all smiles as she arrived at the children’s centre, wearing black Jigsaw trousers with a lavender Gucci bow blouse and a lilac Aspinal purse.
The Duchess of Cambridge was eager to join the little ones and their parents on the play mat. As she played with the toddlers, Kate revealed one of her favourite things in life is getting hugs from her children.
A mom named Kriti, who was at the center with her 9-month-old son Kameron, swapped stories with the royal about their babies.
According to Kriti: “Louis just wants to pull himself up all the time,” Kate revealed. “He has got these little walkers and is bombing around in them.”
“She took one look at Kameron and said, ‘Oh he wants to go walkies.’ Apparently her son is cruising (when a child pulls themselves up and uses furniture to move about) and she said she was running after him all the time.”
During the engagement, Kate played with twins Kamina and Kashay, who are nearly two, and asked about her experience of having twins.
“I told her double the trouble and she laughed,” Finesse said.
“She was just lovely, really down to earth. I never thought she would come down and sit with us, but she did,” Finesse said about Kate.
“She just wanted to chat about what it was like to be a mum. She said that we all had our ups and downs as parents, regardless of who we are.”
Both Kate and husband William often share some details about their three children, during public engagements.
Just, two months ago, Kate revealed to one well-wisher in Dundee that Louis is “already a fast crawler”.
And on a separate engagement with London’s Air Ambulance Charity, William also revealed that his baby boy is teething.
The visit to the children’s center is the first of two outings for Kate today. Later, she will attend a glam gala evening at the National Portrait Gallery, of which she is patron.