NewsDuchess Kate admits her gift to Prince George backfired

Duchess Kate admits her gift to Prince George backfired

Duchess Kate is considered a royal model mother, but things don’t always run smoothly in the Cambridge home either. Prince George can sing a song about it.

London – Duchess Kate (40) lovingly and attentively takes care of her three children. During public appearances, she always keeps an eye on the offspring and makes sure that Prince George (8) and his two siblings Charlotte (6) and Louis (3) feel comfortable despite the flashbulbs. Royal fans almost never see missteps in front of the camera, but something can go wrong behind the palace walls.

Prince William (39) and his wife Kate have a packed schedule and are regularly on the road in an official capacity. As representatives of the British royal family, they visit schools, companies and exhibitions, proving that they are real pros when it comes to small talk. The ducal couple always reveals touching and funny anecdotes from their private life that make them laugh.
24royal.de* reveals how Duchess Kate’s attempt at knitting for Prince George turned out.

About two years ago, Kate and William were visiting a community center in Bradford, UK, where they met a group of grandmothers. In conversation with the women, Duchess Kate revealed that she herself has already grabbed the knitting needle – and failed! The 40-year-old apparently wanted to give her son George a unique gift: “I tried knitting when I had George. I tried to knit him a very special sweater.” *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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