Kate Middleton is getting in the holiday season. The Duchess of Cambridge visited Peterley Manor Farm on Thursday (December 5) to help kids pick out Christmas trees for their schools. As royal watchers know, Kate has dedicated much of her official royal life to children's causes, so, this visit was right up her alley.
During the visit, Kate had a super sweet interaction with one of the children. When the excited little kid raised their hand and said "me, me!" to get the Duchess' attention, Kate said she was reminded of her 1 year old son Prince Louis. According to royal reporter Rebecca English, “Kate stroked his cheek and said, ‘You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying, ‘Me, me, me’ and he wants to come everywhere with me.’”
Though Kate and her husband, Prince William, do their best to keep their children out of the public eye, this isn't the first time little Louis' vibrant personality has been hinted at. The adorable little prince stole the show when he and his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, attended a polo match with Kate over the summer. An onlooker observed that the young prince is "a real character."
Another onlooker also revealed Louis was “scampering out and dashing out to the edge of the polo field, and she was running out after him and picking him up, and eventually she sat down with him at the wooden border and pointed out the horses. She took him over to the polo ponies at the polo lines and chatted to the grooms with him. He is a funny little chap. He looked very pleased with himself.”
It's been a while since we've seen little Louis out and about with his parents, however, it's likely the Cambridges will be releasing their annual family Christmas card in the coming weeks, which will feature all three of their children.