Catherine Discusses George And Charlotte’s Hidden Talents And The Family Farm

Everyone loves getting a peak at the royal children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. They’re adorable, tiny, and the children of one of the most famous couples in the world, so it’s no surprise that everyone wants to know what they’re up to.

But the general public aren’t actually that privy to much information about the royal duo, and how they’re growing up, as Catherine and William are of course notoriously private about their family and children’s lives.

But, on a visit to a farm in Gloucester yesterday, Catherine revealed some adorable new details about her children, who are now two and three.

At the farm, the Duchess chatted to some schoolchildren from Vauxhall Primary School in London about her young family, including one young girl, Sayanna, nine.

(Catherine chatting to the children at the farm)
Sayanna, who speaks fluent Spanish, revealed that Catherine told her all about how George and Charlotte are also trying to learn the language – and that George is surprisingly skilled already.

Sayanna said, “She said she is trying to teach Charlotte Spanish and said her son George can count up to ten in Spanish already.”

Dave Evansoneya, 50, who works at the farm, also said how the Duchess told him about her passion for farmyard animals, and revealed that she’s no stranger to the dirtier duties of the farm.

He said, “She has got several Cuckoo Marans at home, she told me. She says she had cleaned out a few chicken sheds in her time.”

During the visit, Catherine also revealed the menagerie of animals she and William keep in addition to their pet dog Lupo at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.

One young child, Rehanna, who is 10, chatted to the royal about her animals, saying, “She said she had lots of animals at home, a dog, a hamster, a lamb and her chickens. She said she also had lots of eggs in an incubator and they were hoping they would hatch into chicks.”

She also revealed that William and Catherine’s kids couldn’t wait to see if they hatched, saying “Her children are very excited.”

A teacher from the school, Nicole Preston, also said that the Duchess told her how “The incubator is relatively new and she doesn’t know if it is going to work. She says it takes 21 days but George and Charlotte are so excited that they come down each morning and peer inside to see if anything has happened!” Bless them!

During the visit, the young kids also got an insight into how Catherine finds life as a royal. Sayanna admitted, “We also told her how we found all the cameras a bit strange.

“But she said although it was weird she had got used to it.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have of course just celebrated little Princess Charlotte’s second birthday, and one student revealed that the young royal was keen to celebrate. He said, “She told them that they had a little party for Charlotte yesterday and she sang Happy Birthday to herself! It was so sweet.”

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