Kate Middleton looked like she had the best Tuesday.
The Duchess of Cambridge stopped by the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre to check in on the Lambeth Early Action Partnership, which uses the facilities to support parents, caretakers, and their children.
In an adorable video posted by Kensington Palace, the royal got down on the floor to play with all the youngsters while chatting with the parents during their daily “Together Time” session. The aim of the sit-down visit was to help parents understand their child’s wants and needs.
Middleton opted for a stunning wide-leg trouser and purple silk blouse instead of her usual frock, leaving her mobile to play with all the kiddos.
During circle time, Middleton chatted about all three of her children: George, 5, Charlotte, 3, and little Louis, 10 months.
“She was saying Louis does this and she was just helping him to balance,” a mom of a nine-month-old told the Daily Mail of her interaction with Middleton.
Another mother said: “She asked me what it’s like having twins and I said it’s double trouble and she said like with her own children, you have your ups and downs.
Middleton and her husband Prince William aren’t the only Windsors that will have kids running around: William’s brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will be first-time parents this spring.