Princess Kate Talks Royal Christmas Plans and Reveals 'Charlotte Is Getting on Well with Her Noisy Big Brother!'
The little royal, 2, is ready for the holidays!
When Kate, 33, was asked if she had started preparing for the big day, she said, “I haven’t started yet, but George will be starting to talk about Christmas soon.”
Luckily for George, the royal children are set for some early presents as Kate was given knitted woolen sheeps to pass along to both of them, with a blue ribbon for George and one in pink for Charlotte.
Both George, 2, and 6-month-old Princess Charlotte are “doing really well, thanks,” the royal mom of two said during a visit to the Men’s Sheds, a non-profit organization that aims to improve the health and well-being of men in Denbigh, Wales.
“Charlotte is getting bigger and getting on well with her noisy big brother,” she shared.
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Will and Kate‘s visit to the organization was their last stop during their “homecoming” to Wales, where they lived during the early months of their marriage. Earlier in the day, the two put their rappelling skills to the test at the Towers Residential Outdoor Education Centre in Capel Curig.
During the afternoon visit, the royal couple met with members of the Men’s Sheds organization over tea and cake – and the prince, 33, allowed himself to indulge in some sweet treats.
“I have been looking at Welsh cakes all day, I think now I can probably have one,” he joked.
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Earlier, Kate received a gallant kiss on the hand from Alan Maddocks, 71, from St. Asaph, Wales, as he showed the royal couple a selection of wooden bowls and goblets he had made during sessions at the Men’s Sheds center.
Will and Kate were also shown a peace garden – where members of the group get together to talk through their problems. They later met with members working on the center’s new sensory garden. They were also shown a few of the charity’s therapeutic art and music activities, which help people in the community overcome their mental health problems.