Prince Louis is keeping mom Kate Middleton busy, as most 3-year-olds do!
In honor of the publication of Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020 last Friday, Kensington Palace shared Kate’s phone call with 4-year-old Mila, who appeared in the image “Shielding Mila.”
The little girl was forced to isolate herself from her father and big sister last year while she was receiving chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
“Good morning, Your Royal Highness,” Mila began the call — leading in with her impressive knowledge on The Royal Family. “I know all your kids’ names,” Mila told Kate during the chat.
“Do you?” Middleton replied. “What are their names — can you remember?”
Mila went on to (correctly) rattle off Kate’s offspring: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis — and Kate was so impressed, she gave a cheer.
Kate went on to talk about her youngest child, who celebrated his third birthday on April 23.
“Louis has gotten so big now — he’s very quick running around,” Kate shared.
“And he’s on his little scooter as well. He’s very quick. I can’t keep up with him!”
Mila relate — sharing how she too liked to play on her scooter, but admitted her favorite activity was walking her dog, Mr. Cole.
Be sure to watch the entire clip, below.
The royal family, Kate and William in particular, have blessed their fans lately with a couple of new pictures of their little ones that have so far been shared on Instagram. First, this one of Prince Louis, and also a new photo of Princess Charlotte in honor of her sixth birthday!
Is anyone else hoping for more?
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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