- Kate Middleton has revealed what some of Prince Louis' first words were.
- According to the duchess, the little prince learnt Mary Berry's name from looking at her photo on the cover of cookbooks.
- The Duchess of Cambridge made the revelation in the new BBC Christmas special, A Berry Royal Christmas.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge star in Mary Berry's Christmas TV special, A Berry Royal Christmas, which airs on December 16. And in the episode, Kate Middleton discusses her youngest son, and revealed what some of his first words were.
During the show (via Town & Country), Duchess Kate revealed, "One of Louis’s first words was 'Mary,' because right at his height are all my cooking books in the kitchen bookshelf."
The Duchess of Cambridge continued, "Children are really fascinated by faces, and your faces are all over your cooking books, and he would say 'That’s Mary Berry.' So he would definitely recognize you if he saw you today."
One-year-old Prince Louis turns two in April 2020, and it's beyond adorable to hear that some of his earliest words were inspired by a cooking legend.
Prince William and Duchess Kate's TV appearance will see the royals prepare a special meal for charity workers who will be busy over the festive season. For the episode, the duke and duchess visited homeless shelter Passage, of which William is the royal patron, and dry bar Brink, which was founded by charity Action on Addiction.
Fans will definitely want to tune in to find out even more tidbits about the Cambridge children.
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