Kate Middletonhas been pictured channelling one of Princess Diana ’s well-known traits while visiting children in the Bahamas.
Diana was known as the ‘the people’s princess’ – a title she earned in the wake of all of her humanitarian work before her passing in 1997.
The late princess often spent time with children, and was known to bend down to their level to converse with them, so the youngsters weren’t having to crane their necks to chat to her.
Following in her mother-in-law’s footsteps, Kate – who often takes style notes from Diana– was seen chatting to children on the last leg of her and Prince William’s Caribbean tour yesterday, Saturday 26 March.
Their Royal Highnesses paid a visit to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home which provides a loving home environment to vulnerable children who are not able to live with their families.
Kate and William then spent time with the children and hear from staff about how they provide a safe and secure environment which gives vital support to vulnerable children on the island.
In one photo of their visit, Kate could be seen crouched down chatting to a young girl and an elderly woman sat on a chair while holding her hand.
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Another snap showed the mum-of-three facing a little boy who appeared to joke around and pull a funny face at the royal as she pretended to be shocked.
As well as visiting the children’s home, earlier on Saturday Prince William and Kate met with people and families from across the community to hear first-hand what it was like to be on the island when Hurricane Dorian hit in 2019 in Abaco.
Kate has previously admitted thatbeing around young children often makes her “broody”, hinting that she and William may not have dismissed the idea of having a fourth child.
The married couple currently share George, eight, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three, together.
The Duchess of Cambridgejoked to parents at Copenhagen’s Children’s Museumlast month: “It makes me very broody. William always worries about me meeting under one year olds. I come home saying ‘let’s have another one.”
Meanwhile, in January, the 40 year old royal paid a visit to Church on the Street – a charity supporting folk affected by homelessness and addiction in Burnley, Lancashire – where she cuddled one of the volunteer's babies.
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