Kate Middleton promises 'I'm not going to steal your crisps!' in adorable moment with little royal fan

Kate Middleton shared the sweetest moment with a child who came to meet her in Scarborough

Kate Middleton I'm not going to steal your crisps
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Kate Middleton was captured sharing a seriously lovely moment with a young royal fan when she and Prince William stepped out in Scarborough.


Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived in the seaside town of Scarborough on Thursday in order to show their support to The Street, an organization that helps support young people with mental health struggles, and The Rainbow Centre, which is helping families facing difficulties amid the cost of living crisis. 

The newly-appointed Princess of Wales seemingly took style tips from Meghan Markle in an immaculate color block outfit with retro roll-neck and Demellier handbag, looking chic as ever in head-to-toe camel. 

Wrapped up warm in the classic look, Princess Catherine met with hundreds of royal fans who gathered to meet the royal pair and shared a particularly wonderful moment with a child who was enjoying some crisps. 

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In a video clip shared on TikTok by royal fan Finlay Briggs, Kate can be seen chatting to well-wishers about the beauty of the Scarborough coastline, before bending down to say 'hi' to a young onlooker. 

"I'm not going to steal your crisps don't worry! They look delicious though," Kate beamed, before adding, "Nice to meet you!"

Kate Middleton I'm not going to steal your crisps

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Sharing his experience of meeting the Prince and Princess of Wales, Finlay, who shared the video, wrote, "I can’t believe I got to meet her!! She was honestly so nice!! They both were!!"

Adding that Catherine showed a real interest in chatting to the people who had come to meet her, he added, "The lady next to us was from Ukraine and you see they were genuinely so interested."