Kate Middleton reveals one ‘BAD’ trait she hopes George, Charlotte and Louis won’t inherit
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has revealed she hopes her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will not inherit one of her “bad” traits.
On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge visited Leicester for the memorial service in remembrance of the victims of the helicopter crash which claimed the life of Leicester City football chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. While greeting well wishers at Leicester University, Prince William’s wife attempted to speak Italian after one fan said she was from the Mediterranean country. In her video, posted on Instagram, the Duchess replies: “How shall we say, ciao?
“I have to practice my languages, they are so bad.”
She also said she hopes Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be good foreign speakers.
The Duchess added: “My language is so bad, I have to make sure my children are better than me.”
According to sources close to Kensington Palace, Prince Harry and Kate’s children are already on the right track to be multilingual.
Prince George is said to be studying French at school.
In addition, the children get to speak Spanish with their Spanish nanny.
Prince George is said to be the only one able to count to ten in the language.
Even though the Duchess of Cambridge claimed to be “bad” at languages, she studied Italian during her gap year.
When she was 18, Kate lived in Florence, Italy for three months.
The now-mother-of-three studied Italian and history of art at the British Institute of Florence.
She attended the course for the full three months at the Palazzo dello Strozzino and the Palazzo Lanfredini and also attended Italian lessons in the evening to make the most of her time in the Tuscan city.
While Kate could never go to a bar with friends now, she often enjoyed a night out with pals while in Florence according to a former friend.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK