Kate Middleton jokes that her children are “bottomless pits” and that she is a “constant feeding machine”

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The Duchess of Cambridge joked that she is a “feeding machine” that constantly feeds her three children as she spoke to young families in an interview on BBC Breakfast today.

Kate Middleton, 38, revealed that six-year-old George, five-year-old Charlotte and two-year-old Louis have “bottomless pits” and are still looking for food when talking to parents of toddlers in Sandringham House Park, Norfolk.

The mother of three also admitted that Louis had trouble understanding social estrangement and always wanted to “cuddle everything” when they went out.

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The Duchess of Cambridge joked that she is a “feeding machine” that constantly feeds her three children as she spoke to young families at a BBC breakfast today , in picture

Kate Middleton, 38, revealed that George, six, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, have `` bottomless pits '' and are still looking for their next snack or meal while talking to parents of toddlers in Sandringham House Park, Norfolk.  In the photo, with William and the children in April

Kate Middleton, 38, revealed that six-year-old George, five-year-old Charlotte and two-year-old Louis have “bottomless pits” and are still looking for their next snack or meal while talking to parents toddlers in the grounds of Sandringham House, Norfolk. In the photo, with William and the children in April

She said, “My children have bottomless pits. I feel like a constant feeding machine for them. Louis does not understand social distancing, he goes out wanting to cuddle everything, especially babies younger than him.

She later added that Prince Louis had started running around, saying, “If you put Louis down, he’s gone.”

Kate was on hand to speak to family and Louise Minchin of BBC Breakfast about the BBC’s Tiny Happy People initiative, which provides free resources for parents and is supported by the Royal Foundation.

Kate described the resources on the Tiny Happy People online platform as “gold dust” for parents, adding that she wanted something similar to be available when she had Prince George.

She said, “Physical development is so focused, especially during pregnancy and when you have a newborn. But what I found lacking was the support on how to foster their emotional and mental development … And it is at this point that I think you really need support.

The Duchess of Cambridge presented an elegant display as she marked the national launch of Tiny Happy People, a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources

The Duchess of Cambridge presented an elegant display as she marked the national launch of Tiny Happy People, a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources

The Duchess spoke to families about how they used the resources and how they saw their children's language and communication develop as a result.

The Duchess spoke to families about how they used the resources and how they saw their children’s language and communication develop as a result.

Kate Middleton, 37, looked chic in an Emilia Wickstead monochrome patterned shirt dress at £ 1,565, fitted at the waist, which is currently on sale for £ 469, and appears to have had her sleeves changed.

Kate Middleton, 37, looked chic in an Emilia Wickstead monochrome patterned shirt dress at £ 1,565, fitted at the waist, which is currently on sale for £ 469, and appears to have had her sleeves changed.

She also spoke about how her family went through the lockdown, revealing that it was “positive” but “difficult” at the same time.

She said, “It was difficult. Some parts have been very positive, spending extra time with the kids just like that, but it’s just as stressful. You are in confined spaces … And having school at home was a challenge. I have always had respect for teachers before but now I have new respect for teachers.

She added that she is now faced with the challenge of balancing a return to work and wanting to spend more time together as a family.

“How can you extend this umbilical cord from having spent this precious time together.” I know from a personal perspective, having all that extra time together as a family, but being able to step back and get back to the situation. It is really difficult for many families. “

The mother of three also appeared to have undergone a makeover after the lockdown, sporting honey-colored highlights and a layered fringe around her face.

The mother of three also appeared to have undergone a makeover after the lockdown, sporting honey-colored highlights and a layered fringe around her face.

Combining the dress with light brown wedges, Kate set up a lively exhibition by meeting the families who worked on the project, keeping a safe distance

The mother of three also appeared to have undergone a makeover after the lockdown, sporting honey-colored highlights and a layered fringe around her face.

Combining the dress with light brown wedges, Kate set up a lively exhibition by meeting the families who worked on the project, keeping a safe distance

To mark the launch, last week, the Duchess met three families who were involved in the creation and piloting of Tiny Happy People (seen with Abu, Henrietta and their 11-month-old daughter Amirah)

To mark the launch, last week, the Duchess met three families who were involved in the creation and piloting of Tiny Happy People (seen with Abu, Henrietta and their 11-month-old daughter Amirah)

The Duchess has been involved in the project for several months, having visited the Tiny Happy People team at Broadcasting House in London last November to participate in a creative workshop during which she worked with the team on some of the video and social resources. multimedia content.

Kate even contributed to two animated films – one on the “science of singing to bump yourself” during pregnancy and the other on how eye contact is key to learning a language for a baby.

The BBC said the duchess had helped develop the character and background for the two animations.

To mark the launch, last week, the Duchess met three families involved in the creation and management of Tiny Happy People.

Kate was seen chatting with Kerry, Darren and their two-year-old son Dexter, whom she met outside

Kate was seen chatting with Kerry, Darren and their two-year-old son Dexter, whom she met outside

The Duchess spoke with Ryan and her eight-month-old daughter Mia, as well as with the parents Henrietta, Abu and their 11-month-old daughter Amirah; and Kerry, Darren and their son Dexter, two.

The Duchess spoke to families about how they used the resources and how they saw their children’s language and communication develop as a result.

Kate said of the project, “Families and caregivers are at the heart of training the next generation of happy, healthy adults, but it can sometimes be difficult to know where to turn for advice.

“Tiny Happy People is an invaluable resource that provides parents and guardians with support, advice, and simple activities to ensure children develop the language skills they need to have the best possible start in life.” .

“I am delighted to have participated in his journey and hope that families in the United Kingdom will enjoy exploring the resources.”

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