Princess Charlotte and her mum Kate Middleton have something very sweet in common- they are both big fans of the colour pink!
Kate made the confession about her two-year-old daughter Charlotte while visiting Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in North London yesterday.
The expectant mum, who has previously revealed that her due date is next April, spent the day chatting to parents and child at the centre and shared the sweet fact about Princess Charlotte whilst chatting to six-year-old Nevaeh at the end of her visit.
Kate received a lovely bunch of flowers from the little girl before leaving the Centre, and stopped to chat to Nevaeh quickly too.
The doting mum revealed Charlotte’s favourite colour during an event yesterday
‘She asked me what my favourite colour is,’ the six-year-old said after meeting the Duchess. ‘I said it was pink and she said that’s Charlotte’s favourite colour too.’
Princess Charlotte seemingly shares a love of pink with her mum, as Kate has repeatedly chosen pink outfits to wear for official engagements this year and was even wearing a soft pink coat by designer label Goat yesterday too.
Kate often picks pink outfits for royal engagements
Surrounded by so many small children yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge clearly had her own two little ones on her mind.
She also couldn’t help but mention little Prince George too during her visit, revealing to a fellow mum that she had taken the four-year-old to the Science Museum near where they live at Kensington Palace in London, in order to see the helicopters there.
Little George has a passion for helicopters
Prince George has a passion for helicopters, planes and all things with engines – as Prince William mentioned during a speech last week.
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Mum-of-two Michelle revealed: ‘[Kate] was asking about what Jacob liked and he said he liked airplanes and she was asking if he’d seen a Spitfire and we said we liked going to the Science Museum and RAF museum.
‘She was saying how George likes helicopters, she was saying about the top floor of the Science Museum where the helicopters are.’