The Duchess of Cambridge shared Prince Louis' milestones while visiting with mums at an event in South London.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, is excellent at being royal and a mum. Between jetting around the world with her husband, Prince William, and being a hands-on mother to their children, the Duchess is kept busy.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attend the Commonwealth Day service | Photo: Getty Images
These days, Prince Louis, the youngest of the Duke and Duchess' children is currently occupying Middleton’s time the most. On Tuesday, the royal disclosed that the little Prince is about to achieve another milestone, by walking sooner than expected.
This disclosure came while the Duchess visited the Henry Fawcett Center in Kensington, South London. While there, the proud mum spoke with Kriti, the mother of 9-month-old, Kameroon.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge carries Prince Louis as they arrive for his christening service at St James's Palace | Photo: Getty Images
Middleton told her fellow mum that Louis wants to get up at all times and use his walker to get around. The Duchess also met other mothers and their children and engaged them in discussions on child growth and development.
The mother of three was at the Center to get more information on "Lambeth Early Action Partnership," which offers families and children support. Middleton joined the “Tougher Time” segment, where she learned from parents and childcare personnel.
The 37-year-old also participated in the “Circle of Security” session, where the mothers shared their struggles. The Duchess is known as an avid advocate for mother and child welfare, and often take out time to speak with those who benefit from her programs.
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge with their children | Photo: Getty Images
She also shares her children’s achievements when speaking publicly. Commenting on meeting the Duchess, Kriti said the royal took one look at her son and knew he wanted to go “Walkies.”
Finesse, mother of twin girls, Kamina and Kashay, equally spoke of meeting with the baby Prince mother. The mother of two said Middleton asked her what it felt like to have twins, and she responded “Double the trouble.”
Kensington Place also tweeted about the event and the Duchess' time at the Center on Twitter. This is the second time this year that Middleton is gushing about her last child.
In January, while visiting Dundee, Scotland, she told the crowd that the little Prince was doing great, adding that he was crawling faster than usual.
The last update about Prince Louis came last December when Kensington Palace posted on Twitter a family picture the Duke and Duchess were to use for their Christmas card.
The ten-month-old was seen being held upfront by his mother and had on an adorable smile. With Louis itching to walk, it is certain that the Duchess will be running after him, and having fun while at it.