Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out for the first time since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped back as senior Royals.
During a visit to the Khidmat Centre in Bradford, Yorkshire on 15 January, the Royals talked to the crowd. 38-year-old Kate Middleton met Josh Macplace, a fan, and chatted with him.
Macplace told the Duchess of Cambridge that he had sent them cards after the birth of all three of their children. However, Middleton revealed to the 25-year-old whether she and her husband had plans for baby number 4. She told him, “I don’t think William wants any more.”
Josh Macplace, is autistic and has DiGeorge syndrome. He came to visit Prince William and Kate Middleton with his mother. He also held out his arms to the Duchess and she hugged him. She also thanked him for the embrace by saying, “Thank you for the hug.”
William and Kate also met locals who were part of the ‘Older Yet Wiser’ course for grandparents who are taking care of their grandchildren. Kate Middleton talked to them about her youngest son’s progress and achievements. Jo and Ian Broadbent, who were part of the chat, told HELLO! that the Duchess was extremely proud of her son.
Jo told the magazine, “Kate obviously has a great interest in early years development, she’s quite knowledgeable about it, she referred to some of the tools and techniques we learned about on the course.”
Further adding, “I asked how her children were. Kate said Louis had started to tell her ‘Mummy, I’m balancing’ and she said it was really nice to see him turning into a little boy from being a baby.”
Kate Middleton celebrated her 38th birthday last week.
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