The Duchess of Cambridge just can’t help but gush about her cute kids! When Kate Middleton was asked by a royal fan how her youngest child, Prince Louis, is doing during a visit to Dundee, Scotland on Tuesday, January 29, Kate revealed 9-month-old Louis is busy crawling around Kensington Palace.
“Louis is a fast crawler,” the 37-year-old told a woman in the crowd outside Scotland’s Victoria and Albert Museum, according to People. Kate and her husband, Prince William, are additionally parents to older kids Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3.
Kate may have been feeling especially sentimental during her Dundee visit with William earlier today since the city is just 15 miles north of the University of St. Andrews, the college where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge first met and fell in love.
For the special outing — which so happens to be the couple’s second time touring Dundee — Kate donned a recycled tartan coat by Alexander McQueen that she’s previously worn two other times during the past six years. The mom-of-three perfectly tied her Scotland look together with a green purse, black tights and matching heels.
While officially opening the Victoria and Albert museum — Scotland’s first design museum! — with William, Kate made a heartwarming speech. “I hope that this museum will serve as an inspiration to others, by showing how great things can be achieved when different communities all pull together,” she said.
Following the opening, the royal couple headed to the Crescent Community Centre to meet Michelin factory workers and offer advice on how to find new work opportunities since the local plant is sadly soon closing its doors.
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