During a visit to a children's centre on Tuesday, Duchess Catherine has revealed 10-month-old Prince Louis is a huge fan of baby walkers and that the active little Prince has her chasing after him all the time.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre on Tuesday 12 March to see how the Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) are using the Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) to support parents, carers and their children.
During her visit the 37-year-old told fellow parents that, "Louis just wants to pull himself up all the time.
"He has got these little walkers and is bombing around in them."
Speaking to reporters, a mum named Kriti, who has been at the centre with her nine-month-old son Kameron during the visit, says her and the Duchess exchanged stories about each other's little ones.
"She took one look and Kameron and said, 'Oh he wants to go walkies'.
"Apparently her son is cruising, and she said she was running after him all the time," Kriti reveals.
Stepping out in a chic purple Gucci blouse paired with black Jigsaw pants, Kate sat on the ground to chat with parents and play with children during one of the sessions offered by LEAP and PAIRS, 'Together Time'.
The session provides space for parents to enjoy being with their babies or toddlers and includes singing, use of child led play and interaction and is designed to support parents' ability to understand their child's cues, feel more confident in their parenting and strengthen their relationship with their child.
Speaking to People, mother-of-four which includes a set of twins, Finesse, says the Duchess was interested in finding out how the centre had helped her.
"I told her that I felt very isolated, and how much it had supported me," she explains.
"It enabled me to meet other mums and twins, which is incredibly helpful.
"She was just lovely, really down to earth.
"I never thought she would come down and sit with us, but she did," Finesse says.
"She just wanted to chat about what it was like to be a mum.
"She said that we all had our ups and downs as parents, regardless of who we are."
The visit follows the Duchess of Cambridge's outing to Westminster Abbey on Monday 11, where she joined members of the royal family to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth.
The mum-of-three wowed in a beautiful red Catherine Walker coat dress paired with a matching fascinator, which she also wore when she touched down in New Zealand during a royal tour in 2014.
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