Proud Kate and William beam over George, Charlotte and Louis’ praise

Prince William and Kate visit Holyhead Lifeboat Station

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The Prince and Princess of Wales were on a visit to Wales when a royal fan praised them for the great work they are doing in raising their three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. In their first official visit as Prince and Princess of Wales, Kate and William visited Anglesey where they lived for three years after getting married, and later Swansea. It was their first official royal duty since the end of the mourning period after the Queen’s death.

As Kate and William were greeting the crowd in Swansea, a woman congratulated the couple on their children’s upbringing.

The woman said: “The way you are raising your children…”

Visibly touched, Prince William said: “Oh, that’s very sweet.”

The woman continued: “They are incredible.”

William then cracked a joke, leaving onlookers in stitches.

“We’re looking for a babysitter,” he said, with the Princess of Wales turning to look at him with a beaming smile on her face.

The crowd erupted into laughter upon hearing the Prince of Wales’ joke. 

Reacting to the Prince’s joke, the woman replied: “Oh, I love you, you’re so real. Diana would be so proud of you.”

Dozens of people were gathering along the entrance of St Thomas Church, a re-developed church in Swansea, where the royal couple was meeting crew and volunteers.

Prince William made a lasting impression on locals, saying some Welsh phrases like “paned” (a cup, such as of tea) and “bara brith” (traditional Welsh tea bread).

He reportedly admitted to some locals he needed to “brush up on my Welsh.”

Kate, for her part, was photographed with two-year-old Charlotte Bunting, who handed the Duchess a bouquet of flowers before hugging her.

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The last time Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were seen together in public at a royal event was at the Queen’s Jubilee celebration, where Louis stole the show with a series of hilarious moments.

The 4-year-old was absent at the Queen’s funeral, as he was considered too young to attend his great-grandmother’s burial. 

The three royal children’s first day at Lambrook School on 8 September was veiled by the sudden death of their 96-year-old great-grandmother.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte both joined their parents and their grandfather, the King, at the funeral service for the Queen alongside the rest of the Royal Family.

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