Prince William Reportedly Has Adorable Response for Fan Who Told Him Charlotte Is Her Favorite
The Royal kids are already having their trail of supporters even at their young age. A fan admitted that the young Princess Charlotte was her favorite Royal.
The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William reportedly responded warmly to a fan after she informed him of her favorite kid with the royal family.
The woman approached the Prince and his wife, Kate Middleton, during their visit to Mumbles and Port Talbot, South Wales, this week.
Prince William, Duchess Kate, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Prince George at Trooping The Colour, the Queen's annual birthday parade, on June 08, 2019 in London, England | Photo: Getty Images
ALREADY HAVING FAVORITES
While on the Royal tour, the fan admitted to the Royal couple that she particularly liked the four-year-old Princess, Charlotte, who the pair welcomed in 2015. The 37-year-old Duke received the revelation warmly and replied:
"Yes, she is lovely. Just like my wife."
The young Princess is the second child and only daughter of the Cambridge royals, born two years after her elder brother, Prince George. She is also sister to the 21-month-old Prince Louis.
AN EPITOME OF HER PARENTS
Both in deeds and looks, the little Princess takes after her parents, like her dad rightly pointed out. At four, she already knows how to show kind gestures, and give fans a warm welcome, greatly improving her fanbase.
During the holidays, while having her first Christmas walk, the young girl received a special gift from a six-year-old boy, James Heather.
The lad took his time to pick out the bouquet of white roses and waited hours until the Princess walked by with her mom before handing her the present. She received it with a smile and held it most dear, refusing to release it to the Royal aide.
ROYALTIES WITH A BIG HEART
The Royal kids are also getting an early start on their imperial causes and responsibilities. Opening up about educating his children on kindness and caring for the less fortunate, and how receptive they've been, the father of three explained:
"Whenever we see someone who is sleeping rough on the street, I talk about it, and I point it out, and I explain, and they are all very interested. They are like: 'Why can't they go home?'"
The Prince also noted that his decision to introduce his kids to the world of the less fortunate was spurred by his late mom, Princess Diana, who did the same for himself and his brother, which impacted him positively.
This comes days after the Kensington Palace shared a video of the Cambridge Royals, enjoying family time together.
The video also revealed the cute nickname the Prince had for his little Princess, Mignonette, which he was heard calling her as he took his turn on the rope swing.
The nick, which was coined from the french word for small or delicate, "Mignon," was reflective of all the traits the lad possessed.
As some old french definitions describe the word to mean dainty, pleasing, gentle, and kind, it is not farfetched to have the Duke consider his only daughter all of those and more.