During her first official engagement after maternity leave this week, Kate Middleton revealed a sweet (and unexpected) activity that she does with her two eldest children Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3, while at home.
Kate paid a visit to the Paddington Recreation Ground to work with young students at the Sayers Croft Trust Forest School and Wildlife Garden on Tuesday, over five months after giving birth to Prince Louis in April. At the event, she joined the kids in educational nature activities, like searching for bugs under rocks and logs and making crowns out of leaves they found in the forest.
Middleton has apparently had plenty of practice with outdoor activities with her own children. According to Daily Mail‘s royal correspondent Rebecca English, Kate said that she likes to go on “spider hunts” with her two eldest children in their garden “for hours.”
Kate’s bug-hunting adventures come as no surprise, as she’s repeatedly proven to be a totally normal mom—while being the Duchess of Cambridge at the same time.
In July, English reported that the Duchess brought Prince George to his school, St. Thomas’s Battersea in West London, the day after welcoming Louis. “Kate was seen dropping off her son the morning after she gave birth to her third child, Prince Louis,” she said.
And last month, it was also reported that Kate, like any other mom, personally did back-to-school shopping with her kids. A source told Hello! that Middleton was spotted with George and Charlotte, scouting for new shoes at department store Peter Jones in London.
We can’t help but wonder what those royal “spider hunts” might be like.
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