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Kate Middleton’s royal duties sometimes involve spending time with a lot of young humans, especially because a lot of her charity work involves them. On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge visited Peterly Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire, where she kicked off her role as royal patron of Family Action, previously a position that belonged to the Queen.
While there, the duchess had a very mom moment with one of the youngsters she met. According to the Daily Mail, a little boy was trying to get her attention by saying “Me, me!” The mother of three knelt down, stroked the boy’s cheek, and said, “You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying ‘Me, me, me’ and he wants to come everywhere with me.”
With that statement, the duchess revealed that her youngest child, Louis, who turns 2 in April of next year, is talking now. He might have been doing so for a while, but it’s not often that the royal family shares such detail about the little kiddos in their charge.
This is a rare update about Louis, who has only recently started appearing at public royal engagements. This past June, he joined his parents and siblings Charlotte, 4, and George, 6, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the annual Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s annual birthday parade.
That event was Louis’s very first royal engagement, but he made quite the impression on the public in April, via his first-birthday photos that his parents shared on Instagram.
The little tyke knows how to work a camera.
Get ready for this tiny royal to take on the world with as much enthusiasm as his cheeky sister, Charlotte. Looks like she’ll have a little firecracker of a walking, talking companion any day now.