Kate Middleton Reveals Prince Louis Always Wants to Be by Her Side

So cute it hurts.

The Duchess Of Cambridge Joins Family Action To Mark New Patronage
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The Duchess of Cambridge is busier than ever, what with her brood of three adorable children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, and a growing list of patronages. She has just added a new role to list, one that she inherited from the Queen.

Middleton was recently appointed as a royal patron of Family Action, and during her visit at Peterley Manor Farm with the organization last week, she revealed an adorable trait about her youngest child.

The Duchess Of Cambridge Joins Family Action To Mark New Patronage
The Duchess of Cambridge speaking to young children during her Family Action official appearance at Peterley Manor Farm.
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The Duchess of Cambridge was participating in some festive activities with the organization's youngest beneficiaries, such as making "eco-friendly reindeer food" and picking out Christmas trees, and Rebecca English, the Daily Mail's royal correspondent revealed that Middleton had a tender moment with a little boy who was seeking her attention. According to English, the little boy held up one of his hands and said "Me, me" to flag the Duchess.

Middleton of course, obliged the tot, stroking his cheek and reportedly saying, "You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying 'Me, Me, me' and he wants to come everywhere with me."

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Kate holds Louis on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during his first appearance there for Trooping the Colour last June.
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Both Middleton, and her husband Prince William, are passionate hands-on parents, and in her official capacity, the Duchess of Cambridge has made many commitments to the development that happens during early childhood. Most recently, she completed two days of work on a maternity ward in a London hospital in complete secrecy. During her time there, the Duchess of Cambridge shadowed midwives and other medical professionals to learn about how hospitals cared for children and young adults.


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