Kate Middleton Revealed That Princess Charlotte Loves to Dance While Chatting with Little Girl in Ireland
Kate Middleton disclosed that her daughter, Princess Charlotte, loves dancing during a chat with a little girl at Galway.
For their final day in Ireland, Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, had paid a visit to Galway, and during their time there, Kate chatted with a little girl.
Kate had recounted her childhood as a happy time as she had a grandmother who spent time playing with her and her siblings, James and Pippa.
According to Daily Mail, the couple had been filmed on a walkabout as they met members of the public, amongst whom was a four-year-old girl.
After Kate stopped in front of the girl, she had not only asked how old she was but had also asked her if she enjoyed dancing.
When the little girl confirmed her love for dancing, the Duchess of Cambridge replied: "Charlotte likes dancing too."
The mother-of-three had then wished the child, who would turn five in May, a happy birthday.
It would be recalled that Harper's Bazaar had revealed that Charlotte was taking weekly ballet lessons, just like her older brother, Prince George.
The four-year-old reportedly started attending a dance school in south London that had a curriculum that includes "everything from swimming lessons to ballet classes," back in November 2018.
As it turned out, the little children inherited their love for dancing from their late grandmother, Princess Diana, who was a passionate dancer.
Diana had, in fact, studied ballet as a young girl, but she had to give it up when she supposedly grew too tall to continue.
Two years after Harper's Bazaar's article, Kate opened up about her hopes for children during a chat on "Happy Mum, Happy Baby" podcast which premiered in February.
The 38-year-old had also talked about what she wanted her children to remember whenever they thought of their childhood.
E! Online also mentioned that Kate had recounted her childhood as a happy time as she had a grandmother who spent time playing with her and her siblings, James and Pippa.
The three children and their grandmother had also dedicated time to "doing arts and crafts and going to the greenhouse to do gardening."
The revelation came soon after Kate launched the "Five Big Questions" survey, which asked those across the U.K. to start a conversation about the importance and long-term impact of a person's growing years.