Kate Middleton had a very relatable response to a question about her kids’ behaviour

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The Princess of Wales had a great answer to a royal fan’s question about Prince Louis.

In the run up to today’s coronation of King Charles, Kate and her husband have been out and about meeting well-wishers and soaking up some of the jovial atmosphere and decorations ahead of the big event.

Earlier this week during a walkabout with her husband William, The Prince of Wales, Kate admitted that how her youngest child would behave at his grandfather’s coronation was very TBC.

In a clip posted to TikTok, the Princess was seen being asked if Prince Louis, 5, would be on his ‘best behaviour’.

She says: ‘I hope so. You never quite know with kids.’

Little Louis stole the show at his great-grandmother’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations last June when he was seen scowling and pulling faces during the a Royal photocell, and covering his ears as an RAF flypast roared over Buckingham Palace.

It was a very relatable moment for parents across the world, who have all struggled to keep their littl’uns entertained and engaged during family events.

Princess Charlotte, now 9, was also seen gently reprimanding her younger brother to keep him in line.

But like most little brothers… he chose not to ignore her.

For today’s historical event, his older brother George - who will one day have his own coronation - is one of four Pages of Honour. He will help carry his granddad’s ceremonial robes inside Westminster Abbey.

In April, a spokesperson for the Prince and Princess of Wales told People: ‘His parents are very excited and delighted that he is a page. It's something that his parents have thought long and hard about and are very much looking forward to—and I'm sure George is too.’

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