Like so many moms, Kate Middleton is busy during the holiday season. Kate has her three little ones to create holiday magic for. As the Duchess of Cambridge and the future queen consort, Kate has many more outside her family to reach out to during the holidays.
On Wednesday, Kate visited Peterley Manor Farm, where she helped children pick out Christmas trees for their classrooms. She also accompanied the kids in the “Elves Enchanted Forest,” where they engaged in a number of Christmasy activities. The visit was part of Kate’s new position as royal patron of Family Action, a patronage she’s taken over from Queen Elizabeth. Her Majesty held the patronage for 65 years, having taken it over from her grandmother, Queen Mary, in 1953. Family Action provides practical, emotional, and financial support to families that experience poverty, disadvantage, and social isolation.
During her conversations with the many kids there, Kate made some mentions of Prince Louis. It seems William and Kate’s youngest child is growing up fast. She revealed Louis is now talking and wanting to spend all his time with his mom.