Proud mother Kate Middleton reveals 'her little Louis' is talking

Proud mother Kate Middleton reveals ‘her little Louis’ is talking and can say ‘me, me, me’ – and is desperate to follow his mother wherever she goes

  • The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed one-year-old Prince Louis is talking 
  • Kate, 38, made the remarks when at Peterley Manor Farm, in Buckinghamshire 
  • Visit marked her appointment as the new royal patron of charity Family Action

The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed 18-month-old son Prince Louis is talking and is desperate to follow his mother wherever she goes.

Kate, 38, made the remarks when at Peterley Manor Farm, in Buckinghamshire, this afternoon, to mark her appointment as the new royal patron of charity Family Action.

The proud mother-of-three spent time making eco-friendly reindeer food, choosing Christmas trees and crafting decorations during the festive outing.

Laughing at one little boy who held his hand up to get her attention, saying: ‘Me, me,’ 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”.’ 

The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed one-year-old Prince Louis is talking and can say ‘me, me, me’ – and is desperate to follow his mother wherever she goes. Pictured together in May, this year

Kate, 38, made the remarks when at Peterley Manor Farm, in Buckinghamshire, this afternoon (pictured), to mark her appointment as the new royal patron of charity Family Action

With her children never far from her mind, Prince William’s wife also mentioned her eldest Prince George, 6, during her visit. 

Before leaving, she was presented with a bunch of roses and thistles, and crouched down to let some of the children smell them. 

Pointing out the thistles in the bunch, Kate, who also shares daughter Princess Charlotte, 4, with William, told them: ‘George loves thistles, really spiky ones.’ 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George and Prince Louis in the Adam White and Andree Davies co-designed garden ahead of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London May 2019

Kate with husband Prince William and their three children, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, Britain, Autumn 2018

It is thought the young prince is being encouraged to love nature by his environmentalist grandfather Prince Charles.

Family Action was founded in 1869 to help families in difficulty by giving them practical help and support. 

Kensington Palace announced in a statement today that the Queen is passing on the patronage of the charity after 65 years.  


The Duchess of Cambridge wore her brunette locks in defined brown waves for the engagement today

Getting ready for Rudolph! The Duchess of Cambridge handed out eco-friendly reindeer feed to children at the farm

Today, Family Action continues to tackle difficult issues facing families – including financial hardship, mental health and emotional wellbeing, social isolation, parenting challenges, domestic abuse, and substance misuse. 

The Duchess previously visited Family Action’s Lewisham base in January 2019 where she launched the charity’s national support line, FamilyLine. 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also visited the charity’s ‘Family Monsters Garden’ at the Chelsea Flower Show in May 2019.

Prince William, currently visiting Oman and Kuwait, did not attend this event with the Duchess. 

Helping hands! The Duchess was helped by children as she chose Christmas trees for Family Action preschools

Up for a laugh! Kate couldn’t help but smile as she emerged from the Elf Workshop after a little look around

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