Kate Middleton reveals baby Louis is a ‘fast crawler’ while speaking of his exciting milestone
On Tuesday, Duchess Kate and her husband Prince William traveled to Dundee, Scotland for a visit. The Royal couple had one of their first greetings with the public for the year.
They were seen at the new V&A museum where the Duchess opened up to the crowd about her last born child. She revealed that the little boy had reached an exciting milestone.
His ability to crawl quickly means that the Royal baby will soon learn how to walk. Royal photographer Mark Stewart, who was at the event, was the one who tweeted the update.
The last time Kate gave an update about her children was at the end of November during her walkabout in Leicester. She and Prince William also have another boy and girl George and Charlotte.
When someone asked about the three children the Duchess responded, "They’re doing well, thank you." She also shared:
"They’re getting excited for Christmas time because they’ve started all their Christmas songs and Christmas trees are going up. It was really sweet. And Louis’s getting big. I can’t believe he’s like seven months now. He’s getting to be a big boy."
The last time baby Louis was seen was in his grandfather’s, Prince Charles's birthday portraits. In 2015, during a visit to Cambridge University, William shared a bit about his oldest child.
At the time, he said, "George is very lively.” Two years later he revealed, "George rules the roost but Charlotte's not far behind."
He added, "She's going to be trouble when she gets older.”
Since becoming a Royal, Kate has been behind the scenes until much recently. She’s delivered less than 10 public speeches since her 2011 wedding.
However, in the last two months, she’s become more open and has found her voice. It’s believed that her newfound confidence is partly due to the new Royal edition William’s sister-in-law and former actress Duchess Meghan, who speaks confidently during events, and the fact that things are slowly changing in the Royal Palace.