Kate Middleton reveals sweet detail about Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

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Kate Middleton has revealed the royal children “love being at sea” and said she’d love to bring them to the Bahamian islands to enjoy their “beautiful beaches”.

Kate Middleton has revealed a sweet detail about life inside the Cambridge household, as she confessed Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis “love being at sea”.

The 40-year-old Duchess made the admission during an assembly at Sybil Strachan Primary School and said she’d love to bring the royal children to The Bahamas on holiday. 

Kate added, “So I hope they will be able to experience your clear waters and beautiful beaches before too long.”

With the COVID-19 pandemic having gripped the world for the past two years, holidays abroad have been something of a distant memory for most people.

Reflecting on the global pandemic, Kate got emotional but said she’d learned a few important lessons during those months of isolation.

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According to royal editor, Rebecca English, the Duchess was “juggling” 4am Whatsapp calls, ensuring the children’s extra-curricular activities were all in hand in between important visits on their whistle-stop tour.

Writing for the Daily Mail, the royal expert said, “The Royal Suite at the San Ignacio Hotel in Belize has gorgeous jungle views and its own outdoor jacuzzi. But neither of those are much comfort when you are exhausted by jet lag and have your children’s playdates to organize—at 4am.”

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