Kate Middleton's cute response to disappointed girl's princess question

Lula Sharp
June 13, 2019

Charlotte, four, will join her brother Prince George, five, at Thomas's Battersea in September.

In Keswick the royal visitors were greeted by hundreds of well-wishers at the start of their visit to Cumbria.

The Duchess chatted with teenagers who work with the We Will mental health campaign and how they receive support.

In three months' time, Princess Charlotte will begin big school.

The look was a far cry from the casual outfit the mother opted for when she stepped out in the Lake District with her husband Prince William earlier this week.

But one little girl who was waiting to meet Kate in the crowds, wasn't impressed by the 37-year-old's dressed-down look. He then told Kate that one of his daughters "wanted to know if you'd be wearing your Princess Elsa dress", referencing the iconic blue dress worn by the Disney Princess from Frozen.

"It's a princess. You love princesses!" their dad said.

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Kate took it in stride and told the girls that "I came in my pants and my coat because I'm going to see some sheep".

Adam Day, who runs the Cumbria Farmer Network, a non-profit organization that provides help to farmers, said: "The reality is that there is not enough income to make a living from old-fashioned traditional sheep farming or cattle farming".

"I was very surprised that farmers voted for Brexit, to be honest".

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent time on Deepdale Hall Farm with the Brown family tending to their flock of Herdwick and Swaledale sheep, joining them for sheep shearing, herding and dry stone walling", a palace tweet reported.

"It's a bit of a concern, I wouldn't want to be the last generation after 500 years". Teasdale owns a community interest company in Glenridding.

When he was asked by William how he felt about the future, he said: "Quite apprehensive at the moment".

Later in the day, Kate and William joined the Cumbria Wildlife Trust and children from Patterdale School for an environmental educational session on the Ullswater Way.

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