Kate Middleton recently talked about important lessons that she tells her three young children-Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and her youngest Prince Louis. During an engagement at the Basildon Sporting Centre on Tuesday, Kate talked about the importance of affection, and how “hugs are very important” after she was greeted by one fan, Janet Emery. Janet went over to hug Kate as she came to greet her, and Kate hugged her back, saying: “Hugs are very important. That’s what I tell my children.”
Kate and her husband Prince William were visiting the Royal Foundation’s Coach Core programme in Essex, which has the goal of providing sporting activities to people with learning difficulties, mental health problems, and physical disabilities to help them boost their life skills.
Kate is a very hands-on mom, which she marvelously showed this summer when she looked happy as ever as she ran around with George and Charlotte at a charity polo match in which their dad was playing. Kate has often talked in the past about how she loved spending time with her children, be it hunting spiders, making pizza dough or playing outside.
In an open letter, Kate revealed how she cherished such “simple family moments”, which was to support Children’s Hospice Week in May, which had been organized by Together for Short Lives. Kate shared: “Spending quality time together is such an important aspect of family life and for me, as a mother, it is the simple family moments like playing outside together that I cherish.”
The last time we saw the Cambridge was at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank wedding, minus the youngest member, Prince Louis. Prince George and Princess had the important roles of pageboy and bridesmaid for the second time this year. Prince Louis was last seen with his parents Kate and William, as all of them attended the Queen’s state banquet. Even though he is too young to go to the event himself, so it seems that he was looked after during the evening by his grandmother, Carole Middleton or a royal nanny. His older siblings were not present, instead, they remained at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their nanny.