Kate Middleton shares her kids’ candid reaction to her engagement photos to Prince William

It sounds like Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have been going through their picture albums with their relatives!

Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out in Wales on Tuesday, marking their first visit to the country considering they will become the Prince and Princess of Wales following the death of Queen Elizabeth. During a meeting with legitimate desires, Kate noticed a man or woman holding a flag with the couple’s 2010 engagement picture.


“Oh my god is that from our engagement?” the royal said in a video shared via TikTok person mariahedges8.

“Usually we snort about it. Even though we’ve been married for 11 years, we’ve achieved double that together, so it’s wonderful.”

Kate then discovered her three children’s reactions to the snaps: “The kids come back when they see the photos and say, ‘Mom, you look so younger!’ ”

Kate and Prince William, both forty, met as college students at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. They publicly announced their engagement in November 2010, a few weeks after William made the request (with mother Princess Diana’s sapphire and diamond ring!) while touring in Kenya.

Their visit to Wales this week was made extra special because it turned into a return where they lived as newlywed parents and primary school parents while Prince William worked as a helicopter pilot with the Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Force worked.

“It’s nice to come back to Wales because we lived there before we had our family and the whole thing, so it was a definitely unique day,” the Princess of Wales told those gathered.
Locals tell PEOPLE the royal couple are diving into their new roles. Rev Steven Bunting – who hosted them at St Thomas’s Church in Swansea, which is home to a food bank and baby delivery center for needy families – says William even speaks the old national language.

“He talked about learning Welsh and shared some Welsh phrases he wants to do,” says Bunting, revealing that the prince used the phrases “paned” (a cup made of tea) and “bara brith” ( traditional) trained Welsh tea bread).
The Reverend says a lot happened that Prince William and Princess visited Kate when they did and traveled to Wales the day after Queen Elizabeth’s mourning ended.

“He’s throwing himself into the new position,” Bunting says of Prince William. “The fact that they came straight here on day one says it all.”

They were particularly successful with the Welsh children. A 4-year-old antiques boy named Theo Crompton was delighted to offer Kate plants, while 2-12-month-old Charlotte gave the princess a big hug. While chatting to a group of school kids, Kate complimented a boy on the uniform and revealed Prince George is learning a new skill.

Hi! Spoken that Kate asked the child if he had tied his personal tie and was duly impressed when he confirmed he had.

“Well done you. I coached George because now he has to wear a tie for college, so I have to teach him how to do that,” she said. “But if done properly, you’ve completed a very good process along with your tie. Nice to meet you.”

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Adam Bradshaw

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