Kate Middleton Just Revealed That 9-Month-Old Prince Louis Has Already Mastered This Milestone

Kate Middleton Just Revealed That 9-Month-Old Prince Louis Has Already Mastered This Milestone

Prince Louis is well on his way to running around with his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte!

Kate Middleton shared an exciting update on her 9-month-old son while talking with the crowd gathered outside the Victoria and Albert Museum in Dundee, Scotland, on Tuesday. Photographer Mark Stewart, who was among those capturing the visit, says that Kate told a woman that “Louis is a fast crawler.”

Kate also had 5-year-old Prince George and 3-year-old Princess Charlotte on her mind.

Stewart adds, “She told another woman that she hopes to bring her children here.”

Kate, an art history graduate and patron of the V&A, is already introducing her kids to the arts. She took dancing lover Princess Charlotte to a pre-rehearsal performance of The Nutcracker at the Royal Opera House in December, while Prince George takes a 35-minute ballet lesson each week at Thomas’s Battersea.

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Kate, 37, often shares fun details about her children during public meet and greets. Earlier this month during a visit to the King Henry’s Walk Garden in the London borough of Islington, she told school children that George was learning about space in school.

“George and Charlotte would love to be learning outside the classroom. It’s still fun inside, but it’s much better outside,” Kate said during the visit, to the agreement of the youngsters.

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Prince William also spoke to well-wishers in Dundee, an area that’s close to his heart – it’s just 15 miles away from the University of St. Andrews, where he and Kate met and fell in love. The 36-year-old royal told the crowd that they flew to the engagement on Tuesday morning and enjoyed seeing their alma mater from the air.

“He was telling the crowd that they had flown over it, and he remembered that it had plenty of pubs,” Stewart says.

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