No, royal children aren’t hand feed caviar for their dinner.
In fact, Kate Middleton reveals her children, despite their blue blood, are just like our kids when it comes to mealtime.
What’s more, the mum-of-three even revealed her little one’s favourite meals…
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At the start of #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek The Duchess of Cambridge visited @AlpertonCS to meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programmes the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing. The Duchess joined a roundtable discussion with teachers about students’ school readiness and teacher welfare, and joined students taking part in the Random Acts of Kindness Club, and dropped in on an art class to hear how the school uses art to enhance children’s confidence and creativity.
Kate Middleton opens up about the eating habits in her household
Kate, 37, discussed Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s love for a good home-cooked meal while visiting the Lavender Primary School in the U.K. in honour of Children’s Mental Health Week.
“Charlotte loves olives,” she told the students, adding that her eldest children also love helping her make “cheesy pasta.”
Matthew Kleiner-Mann, who is chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust, told reporters: “[Kate] was telling us how much her children love cooking and how they cook for her.”
“They made cheesy pasta the other day. One stirs the flour, one puts the milk and butter in. And they make salads and stuff.”
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This @_place2be #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek people across the UK are taking steps to be ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’. At Lavender Primary School The Duchess of Cambridge found out more about the support offered to students, teachers and parents to help with mental wellbeing — including the daily mile, a simple away to get children outside for 15 mins every day to run or jog at their own pace. The Duchess also joined a food diary activity, which focusses on the links between food choices and mood and feelings, and even met Herbie the school dog!
What’s more, the Duchess of Cambridge – who is also mum to nine-month-old Louis – talked about how important eating good, healthy food is for your body.
“It’s interesting how food and energy and how you feel work together,” she said.
“It’s amazing the connection between physical and mental well-being.”
Aww, it’s good to hear the royal children are eating a well-balanced diet thanks to their mamma.
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