Kate Middleton and Prince William may be high-ranking members of the British royal family, but they also know how to have fun. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are immense defenders of the time spent abroad. They insist that their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, have plenty of fresh air every day.
In addition to their outdoor recreation, Prince George and Princess Charlotte also enjoy many activities including tennis, ballet and football. Fortunately, Middleton and Prince William also remain active in keeping pace with their children. Unfortunately, according to Prince George, his mother's football or football skills, as they say in the UK, may need some serious help.
That's what Prince George says about Kate Middleton's football skills.
Recently, while he was performing a two-day royal tour of Northern Ireland, the Duke and Duchess went to Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast. They were there to learn more about the Irish Football Association's community football project. The Irish Football Federation is working diligently to show how this sport can bring communities together. While visiting the stadium, members of the royal family decided to go to the field.
Although the Duchess, who wore New Balance sports sneakers, was able to keep pace with the girls she was playing with, Middleton revealed her eldest son's true opinions about his football skills. According to The Telegraph, the prince is not a fan of his mother's sports talents. After seeing the football field, he told Middleton: "Mom, you're so bad."
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In addition to playing football, older royal siblings like to spend a lot of time outdoors. Around Christmas 2018, Duchess Kate Middleton visited children from Lavender Elementary School. She showed the children a picture of her family and said, "Here is a picture of my family. They are my children and here is my husband. And my family makes me happy. And we like to play outside together and spend a lot of time together as a family. And that makes me very happy. "
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge do their utmost to ensure that their kiddos have enough clean air and enough time for entertainment, regardless of the weather. An insider told US Weekly, "As two people who grew up with no gadgets for entertainment, William and Kate are a firm believer in toys, outdoor games and an active imagination. It's really a normal family.
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