Kate Middleton Reportedly Scolds Prince William over Comment about Prince Louis' New Obsession
Having three children is no mean feat — something that Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton are aware of. Recently, the Duchess was reportedly quick to remind her husband to keep their little girl in mind — albeit with some scolding.
Kate Middleton and Prince William took a trip to the London Bridge Jobcentre — an employment community that helps people find jobs. It was part of their mission to evaluate employment statuses amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Per a report from People Magazine, the couple spoke to different company representatives about their experience with getting people to work amid the lockdown.
One interesting part came when they met a representative from local construction company, Keltbray. The trio had been chatting about hiring people for demolition work.
However, while Prince William was more focused on his son, the Duchess was quick to chime in. The Prince said:
"The children, especially Louis, would love to come and watch that, to see the diggers, they love it."
Then, Kate chimed in with a bit of a scolding. "Don't forget Charlotte! She'd love it too," she reportedly said. It would appear that all three children of the royal couple share a love for big, noisy construction work.
Prince William and Kate definitely have their hands full with their children. In July, the Duchess admitted that Prince Louis could be particularly playful, and it's been a challenge keeping him in check amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Duchess uses code words to communicate that the kids should compose themselves in public.
She explained the little Prince doesn't quite understand social distancing yet. So, he goes out wanting to touch everything.
Prince Louis also loves to cuddle things and people. So, watching him has been a full-time job. However, she seems to have devised a means of communicating with the children.
Per reports, the Duchess uses code words to communicate that the kids should compose themselves in public. She reportedly tells them, "Let's take a break," and the kids immediately understand what she means. Quite effective.
The visit to the Jobcentre wasn't the only item on the couple's itinerary. They also visited the Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery, where they tried their hands at some culinary activity.
At the bakery, Duchess Kate stunned in a red floral-printed maxi dress from Beulah London. On the other hand, Prince William looked dapper in a casual shirt and blue pants with a blazer.
Both had donned aprons as they made balls of dough for bagels. The bakery has done significant work over the past few months by providing food to those in need.
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