Hello!: Kate Middleton Opens up about Her Son Prince Louis's Favorite Song
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton recently spoke at a reception event at the Buckingham Palace, where she opened up about her son Prince Louis's surprising favorite song.
The Duchess of Cambridge reminded everyone of the strong empathy that she possesses, especially with children, when she hosted a reception at the Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 25th anniversary of youth mental health charity Place2Be.
For the occasion, children from the New North Academy in Islington and Salusbury Primary School in north-west London had prepared an original anthem in honor of the Princess.
A TRIBUTE TO KATE
As the kids were getting ready for their recital, accompanied by musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Duchess went on to encourage the kids with kind words of gratitude.
Kate then learned that two of the kids attending the function had birthdays on the same day and wished them duly. She even humored that she should be the one singing to them.
The Duchess also revealed that the "Happy Birthday" song was one of Prince Louis's favorite songs, before informing the crowd that the young prince was tucked up in bed and not present at the event.
The mother-of-three was clad in an exquisite royal blue gown for the event held to patronize the charity that she has been a part of since 2013 and even gave a speech to express the sense of pride she feels being a part of the institution.
Kate accessorized Jenny Packham embellished dress with a clutch that had a similar pattern and color to it, and to complete the look she adorned a pair of sparkling gold court heels.
In the inspiring speech, the Duchess explored the impact of the charitable institution that works to provide emotional support to young individuals from 639 schools scattered across the UK.
Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte before departing from Hamburg airport on the last day of their official visit to Poland and Germany on July 21, 2017. | Source: Getty Images
The motivational princess then credited Place2Be, for teaching her that the pupils are only as happy and emotionally enduring as the adults that care for them and later claimed that they also helped her understand the importance of creating safe and nurturing environments within schools.
She further added that Place2Be also made her realize the significance of adopting a holistic view of emotional wellbeing, which has now suffused with the entire school system.
Previously, the young prince made headlines when he was seen admiring dinosaurs during his visit to the Natural History Museum earlier this year.
While his mother was busy promoting her landmark survey on early childhood development, young Prince Louis was exploring the museum in the company of his nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.