While Kate Middleton and Prince William may rarely be pictured with Prince Louis, the Duchess of Cambridge has given royal fans a rare insight into how her 10-month-old son is doing.
During a trip to the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in London yesterday, the 37-year-old spoke with fellow mum Kriti, revealing Prince Louis is already trying to walk.
“Louis just wants to pull himself up all the time,” Kate Middleton told Kriti, according to Hello!.
“He has got these little walkers and is bombing around in them.”
Kriti said the Duchess told her Prince Louis is cruising (pulling himself up on furniture) and that she is ‘running after him all the time’.
Kate looked stunning in a purple Gucci pussy bow blouse for the event, which she teamed with a pair of Jigsaw trousers and new Gianvito Rossi pumps.
It isn’t the first time Kate has informed fans of her baby’s progress through a royal visit. Back in June last year we first heard that he was crawling when the Duke and Duchess visited Dundee in Scotland.
The royals were on a walkabout when a fan in the crowd asked for an update on Prince Louis.
According to royal photographer, Mark Stewart, the mum replied saying the nine-month-old is a ‘fast crawler’.
In December last year, Kate told royal fans while visiting the RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus that Prince Louis was already practising one very important royal duty.
“She asked whether [my daughter] was sleeping through the night, and she told me that Louis is starting to wave,” Rhian Davis told People magazine about a conversation she has with the Duchess of Cambridge.
Kate and Prince William welcomed Prince Louis into the world on April 23rd, with the Duchess of Cambridge making an appearance on the steps of the Lindo Wing that evening.