Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Prince George and Princess Charlotte are seen in this undated handout photo taken by the Duchess in mid-May at Anmer Hall in Norfolk and released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on June 6, 2015. Reuters/Duchess of Cambridge/Handout via Reuters

Prince George would soon start talking about Christmas, his mother Kate Middleton said during a visit to the Vale of Clwyd Mind Men’s Shed project in Denbigh in North Wales on Friday. She said that Little George was excited about Christmas, adding that he was getting on well with his baby sister. When asked about her Christmas plans, the Duchess said she has not started preparing yet.

“I haven’t started yet, but George will be starting to talk about Christmas soon. Charlotte is getting bigger and getting on well with her noisy big brother,” the Duchess of Cambridge said, adding that the kids were doing well, Express UK reports. Middleton told that she planned to sign her children into the Scouts and Rainbows when they are old enough so they can interact with children of a similar age, Hello reports.

Meanwhile, William revealed his weakness for Welsh cakes as the couple chatted to members of the Men’s Shed mental health movement over tea and cake. He joked that he had been looking at Welsh cakes all day, and would now be able to have one. Kate and William were given a tour of a project by Alan Maddocks, 71, from St Asaph, in the Vale of Clwyd.

Maddocks showed the couple a basket of homemade jam, Welsh cakes and Bara Brith - a sweet loaf. He also showed them a selection of wooden bowls and goblets he had made on a lathe machine during sessions at the centre. He asked William in a lighter vein whether he would want to take something home for his grandmother to which the royal replied that they have to give a lot of gifts during Christmas and he would want to take something home.

Middleton and her husband Prince William earlier greeted members of the public, including members of 10th Bangor Scouts group, in Caernarfon town centre. She was presented with a knitted woollen sheep for each of her kids - one with a blue ribbon for George and one in pink for Charlotte. The 33-year-old royal recycled a khaki-green Reiss fit-and-flare coat-dress, paired with a black turtleneck, knee-high boots and stockings, E Online reports.

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