This is SO lovely!

The Duchess of Cambridge’s recent visit to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice (EACH) in Norfolk once again revealed her natural ease with the public, and her commitment to her role as a charity patron.

As well as helping children create works of art in a sensory room, the mum-of-two also met with four-year-old Daisy Benton. Clearly captivated by the royal the fan of all things princess asked what it was like to be a ‘real’ one.

Revealing her response Daisy’s mum Michala Benton – whose other daughter Isabella, six, is a patient at the hospital – said:

“My little girl Daisy asked her what it was like to be a real princess. And Kate said she’s very well looked after by her husband. Daisy is four and absolutely loves princesses.”

Kate also offered an insight into life as a mum to Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 1. And the everyday capers that make for a busy royal household.

“She said Charlotte and George run in different directions all the time. And I said ‘I’m glad I’m not the only one whose kids are like that’.

“She was very down to earth.”

Duchess of Cambridge opens up


And it seems that the down-to-earth Duchess is no stranger to the idea that children and chaos often sit in the same sentence. Play Specialist Rachel Turner revealed that Kate couldn’t help but erupt into laughter when Isabella accidentally tipped over a pot of glitter during a play session!

We’re guessing that Kate has seen it all. And it seems that hubby Prince William is there to support her every step of the way.

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