Kate Middleton gave a rare TV interview this morning (July 14) on BBC Breakfast to discuss her latest project: an online education initiative called Tiny Happy People.
According to the Kensington Royal Instagram, “Tiny Happy People is a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four.”
But in the chat she also gave an update on how her three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—have been doing this summer. Like many parents across the U.S. and the U.K., Middleton and Prince William have been spending more time at home as many schools and businesses have remained closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
They've also been abiding by social distancing guidelines, or at least they've been trying. It seems young Louis, who turned two in April, is struggling a bit—which is totally relatable to anyone who spends much time with toddlers. “Louis doesn’t understand social distancing. He goes out wanting to cuddle anything, particularly any babies younger than him,” Middleton said in the interview, according to People.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B_UHBjUl963″ data-instgrm-version=”8″>This isn't the first time young Louis has wreaked a wee bit of havoc on the royal household lately. The Cambridges revealed back in April that their youngest son had a tendency to hit the disconnect button during family video chats. "It gets a bit hectic, I'm not going to lie, with a two-year-old," Middleton said, with Prince William adding, "For some reason, he sees the red button and always wants to press the red button."
In another “royals, they're just like us” moment, the duchess revealed how she feels about her role at home. “My children have bottomless pits. I feel like a constant feeding machine," she said.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CBrAw7GFOv6″ data-instgrm-version=”8″>Kate Middleton and Prince William have also gotten their children involved in their charity work over the past few months. They've been spotted showing support for frontline healthcare workers, as well as delivering meals to those in need.
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