Kate Middleton fans in hysterics as child asks her if she’s a ‘prince’
Kate Middleton and Prince William were visiting the Scottish Orkney Islands when a child made viewers laugh with an awkward question.
In the clip, recorded on Tuesday, May 25, the Cambridges were greeted by an excited group of kids outside the European Marine Energy Centre in Stromness.
"Are you the Prince?" asks a curious child.
Kate, who is smiling, replies: "I’m not the Prince, no. I’m the Duchess of Cambridge. Lots of people call me Catherine."
The footage has been watched nearly 10,000 times after being uploaded on Twitter and many people found the clip equal parts adorable and hilarious.
"Aw hahaha!" commented one viewer.
Someone else wrote: "She loves interacting with the children. So nice to see."
"Remember a little girl ask Fergie if she is the queen?" asked another.
A fourth viewer commented: "This is lovely, Catherine is so natural with children, you can tell she genuinely loves kids."
"Lol. Children will be children," said another.
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Kate was wearing the Woodcock Advanced shooting jacket by the hunting brand Seeland and earrings by Edinburgh jewellery shop Hamilton & Inches.
This comes after a royal author claimed she believes Kate is the "glue holding the Royal Family together" since Prince Philip's death.
Katie Nicholl, the author of The Making of a Royal Romance and other royal biographies, said: "I think Kate is the glue.
"In the same way that the Duke of Edinburgh was always the one who would help resolve family issues.
"He was the patriarch of the family. I see Kate stepping into that role. Trying to keep things together."
The author also claimed that Kate was "bullied" at one of the secondary schools she attended and stood out for being tall and "lanky".
Another royal biographer called the Duchess of Cambridge a "safe pair of hands" for troubled times.
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