During a walkabout on her royal tour of Blackpool on Wednesday, Duchess Catherine revealed where she'd love to take Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on holiday.
According to Hello!, as Kate spoke to locals who had turned up to greet her and her husband Prince William, she was asked if had a chance to go up the iconic Blackpool Tower.
"No, we didn't," Kate said in disappointment.
"Next time, I think. There's so much here the children would love as well.
"Hopefully next time we'll being the back."
And joking about the rain added, "Is the weather always like this?"
Children from Happy Tots nursery also gifted her and Prince William Blackpool rock, a type of rock candy, and posies of flowers.
The Duke said his children would love the rock and when asked what flavour it was the children replied, "Blackpool!"
Despite the wet weather, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles as they completed their action-packed day of engagement in the English town.
After attending a special reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' Investiture in a beautiful custom made mint gown, the mum-of-three opted for a chic dark green Sportmax and midi dress by Michael Kors, which she accessorised with Ralph Lauren boots, and leather and suede bag by Manu Atelier.
The royal couple began their day at Blackpool Tower, which has a ballroom that regularly features on Strictly Come Dancing each year, where they were briefed on the current challenges and investment and regeneration efforts that were currently underway at the seaside town.
Kate and William then headed to the Blackpool Central Library where Kate spoke with health visitors, practitioners and parents involved in Blackpool's 'Better Start' programme.
The Cambridges were also shown first-hand how low quality housing is one of the most significant issues the town faces and the solutions that are being given.
The royal visit to Blackpool follows the pair's two-day trip to Northern Ireland last week to celebrate the young people of the country.
And, in an unprecedented move, following the months of online abuse posted by social media trolls across the royal family's multiple social media accounts, the Palace issued social media community guidelines in an effort to protect the royal family.
Social media users were warned that if they were found to be breaching any of the guidelines set by the Palace, they could expect their comments to be deleted or hidden, and if necessary, blocked.
This follows an earlier statement released by a Kensington Palace spokesperson who shut down claims that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be raising their child gender fluid.
In a Vanity Fair report, according to a source Meghan had told friends that she planned to take a fluid approach to gender when raising Baby Sussex, however acknowledges that there could be "multiple interpretations" to what Meghan meant by 'fluid'.
However in a rare move, speaking to Hello! a palace spokesperson told the publication, "This story is totally false," ending any validity to the claims.
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