PRINCE LOUIS is the youngest of the Cambridge brood, and this week Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, shared a heart-warming update about her little boy.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are parents to their three adorable children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. And while Kate’s eldest children are now off to school, little Louis is aged one and still at home with his mummy.
Kate carried out a royal engagement at Peterley Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire this week.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a festive green top and red puffer jacket while taking part in some festive activities.
Kate joined families who were making Christmas decorations inside the Elves Enchanted Forest.
With the help of some of the children present, Kate also picked a Christmas tree for her home.
Prince Louis going through clingy phase as he becomes mummy’s boy obsessed with Kate (Image GETTY)
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge made a visit to Peterley Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire (Image: GETTY)
During the visit, the Duchess also gave royal fans a rare insight into her family life.
Kate was reportedly reminded of her youngest boy at the event, when another little boy started waving and shouting for her attention.
Royal correspondent Rebecca English detailed the adorable comments Kate made.
She tweeted: “Inside the farm’s Elves Enchanted Forest Kate laughed at one boy who held his hand up to get her attention, saying: ‘Me, me.’
The children helped Kate select a Christmas tree (Image: REUTERS)
“Kate stroked his cheek and said: ‘You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying: ‘Me, me, me and he wants to come everywhere with me.’ Sweet!”
The mum-of-three’s comments also indicate Louis has started talking, reaching an important milestone in every child’s life.
Earlier this year Louis also delighted royal fans with another milestone, when he was pictured toddling around the garden his mum designed at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Kate attended the event following a major new appointment from the Queen.
Family Action, a charity which helps to tackle difficult issues facing families, has had the Queen as their patron for more than 65 years.
The Queen has now passed the baton on to the Duchess of Cambridge.
In her previous charity work, the Duchess of Cambridge has long been a champion of early years development and support.
Chief Executive of Family Action David Holmes CBE, who is a member of The Duchess’ Early Years steering group, said, “Family Action is honoured that The Duchess of Cambridge has become our Royal Patron.
Kate and William upon the birth of Prince Louis last year (Image: GETTY)
“Her Royal Highness follows on from Her Majesty The Queen, who was our Royal Patron for more than 65 years.
“Everyone at Family Action would like to extend our thanks to Her Majesty for her steadfast support and encouragement to us over so many years.
He added: “I have seen The Duchess’s passionate support for disadvantaged families first hand and have been impressed by her leadership in understanding and promoting the vital importance of the Early Years.
“Family Action looks forward to working with The Duchess in the years to come.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK