Princess of Wales tells young fan that her children got ‘lots of lovely things’ for Christmas as family has ‘been up since early’ but had a nice day
- Kate Middleton spoke about her Christmas Day with a well-wisher yesterday
- The little girl, named India, gave the Princess flowers outside Sandringham
- The Princess said that she had a ‘lovely day’ and thanked her for the gift
The Princess of Wales shared with a young fan that her children ‘got lots of lovely things’ this Christmas but had ‘quite an early start’.
As the Royal Family joined King Charles yesterday on his walkabout outside Sandringham church, Kate was spotted talking with a young girl about her day so far.
The young fan, named India, was filmed giving the Princess a bouquet of flowers, which she was thanked for.
Kate went on to ask India: ‘Have you had a nice morning?’
India replied: ‘Yes, have you?’
Kate then said: ‘I’ve had a lovely morning – thank you very much – I had quite an early start this morning.’
Another member of the public is heard jumping into the conversation to ask: ‘Did the children get lots of nice things?’
The Princess then said ‘they got lots of lovely things’, before walking on.
It was also claimed that Prince William commented on the children’s presents when talking with the fans today.
Hilary Marsh, 71, from Suffolk said: ‘I asked William if Father Christmas had been for the children and he smiled back and said, “They’ve had enough presents”.’
The fan, named India, gave the Princess a bouquet of flowers, which she thanked her for
The Princess said: ‘I’ve had a lovely morning thank you very much – I had quite an early start this morning’
William and Kate’s three children were also at the walkabout and spoke with well-wishers from members of the public after their traditional Christmas Day church service on the Norfolk estate.
George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis , four, also received some presents from those waiting outside on Christmas.
Ms Clark, who was among the crowds, gave each of the three children a novelty toy called a gonk – a festive gnome with a pointed hat. She also gave flowers to Kate.
George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and Louis , four, joined their family on the walkabout
Ms Clark, who was among the crowds, gave each of the three children a novelty toy called a gonk
She found it was ‘absolutely brilliant’ to meet William, Kate and their three children.
Ms Clark said: ‘I love them to bits, especially the children, the children are amazing,’ she said.
‘Prince Louis – I love Louis. He’s always cheeky, that Louis is, but I love him.’
And Louis seemed to enjoy the attention, getting so caught up in it he was at one stage forced to run to catch up with his big sister Charlotte.