Kate Middleton reveals the one thing she hopes her kids don't inherit from her
Everyone has certain hopes for their kids' futures - for Kate Middleton, it's that her children are multilingual.
The Princess and Princess of Wales are parents to two sons, Prince George and Prince Louis, and a daughter, Princess Charlotte.
Kate has previously opened up about her hopes for her three children, but there's one thing she hopes they don't inherit from her.
And it's her ability to speak different languages.
During a royal engagement, Kate admitted she isn't very good at speaking Italian.
She wants to make sure her kids George, Charlotte, and Louis are able to speak Italian well, unlike her.
"I'm so bad!" she admitted.
"I have to make sure my children are better than me, that's my aim."
Kate is known to be a big fan of all things Italian and is no doubt modest - she's sure to have picked up a few words during her gap year when she studied Italian and the history of art in Florence.
Education is incredibly important to both The Prince and Princess of Wales.
Their children recently moved to a different school in Windsor.
In September, Princess Charlotte and her two brothers, Prince George, and Prince Louis enrolled in Lambrook School.
Their parents escorted them to school on their first day and looked as happy as ever.