The life of the Cambridge children is notoriously quiet, in order to provide them with the privacy that younger members of the royal family did not have. So when royal fans hear sweet anecdotes about the likes of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, they can’t help but be thrilled.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Wales on Tuesday March 1 to mark St David’s Day and spoke to well-wishers about their three young children. During the chats, the couple even revealed a sweet tradition they do with the little royals before they perform their royal duties.
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During their short-lived visit to Wales, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge learned all about the importance of small businesses and how opportunities for young people are fostered through projects and charities.
The couple visited Pant Farm and were filmed feeding goats and learning about local produce. They then drove to Abergavenny Market to talk to traders, before helping out and baking Welsh cakes at the Hwb in Torfaen.
During a walk, a well-wisher asked about Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, with Prince William replying: “The children are doing very well, thank you.”
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William then revealed the sweet tradition he and Catherine have when they go to work, he said: “They always ask us where we’re going. And we show them where we are on the map.”
The Duchess also gave a glimpse of how their children spent half term earlier this year as they fed the animals on the farm. A worker told the couple that a new robot could also be used to move the food on site, and Catherine replied, “That was George’s job halfway through – moving the food.”
The visit to Wales was the latest in a long string of appearances for the couple in recent weeks. On February 26, the couple were joined by Prince George as they watched rugby at Twickenham Stadium. Prior to that, Prince William traveled solo to Dubai for EXPO 2020 and Catherine traveled to Denmark to learn more about early childhood development.
It was also recently confirmed where the couple will be heading on their Caribbean tour ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June. They will depart on March 19 to visit Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas and return to the UK 15 days later on March 26.
Kensington Palace have revealed details of their tour. In Belize, the couple will visit historic Mayan sites and celebrate the rich culture of the Garifuna community and explore the country’s biodiversity.
Upon arrival in Jamaica, they will meet the Jamaica Defense Forces and celebrate the legacy of Bob Marley. To wrap up the Bahamas tour, the palace said the couple would visit a number of islands and watch a world-famous junkanoo parade.
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