Prince Louis is over social distancing, says Kate Middleton – and we feel him
Same, Louis, same.
If you are feeling like you are more than ready to start hugging your friends again, you are not alone.
Recently, the Duchess of Cambridge took part in an event hosted by BBC's new Tiny Happy People education initiative, where the Duchess is involved. The new program aims to address the language gap among children aged five and under in the United Kingdom, due to a quarter of children in the nation not receiving the required level of literacy development they need ahead of starting school.
Kate chatted about the initiative, but also spoke about how her children are doing as they continue to quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.
It seems little Louis, 2, isn't quite on board.
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The 38-year-old revealed that little Louis is really having trouble with the whole social distancing thing, but for a very adorable reason.
“Louis doesn’t understand social distancing," Kate said. "He goes out wanting to cuddle anything, particularly any babies younger than him."
The Duchess also made a lighthearted remark about her three children's appetites at home.
“My children have bottomless pits,” she said. “I feel like a constant feeding machine.”
And who said royals aren't just like the rest of us!