"Me, me!"

Duchess Catherine Shares Sweet New Detail About Prince Louis

Duchess Catherine shared cute new detail about Prince Louis! 

Duchess Catherine was visiting Peterley Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire for a charity engagement for Family Action. During the outing, she revealed the sweetest detail about her youngest son, Prince Louis. 

Duchess Catherine attended a royal engagement for the charity Family Action, the first engagement she has attended since being named Patron of the organization. While she was visiting Peterley Manor Farm in Buckinghamshire, she got to talk to families who are supported by the charity.

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Duchess Catherine reveals new detail about Prince Louis

One little boy particularly caught the Duchess' attention when he kept saying "me, me!" To which Kate stroked his cheek and told him, "You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying 'Me, me, me,' and he wants to come everywhere with me," according to Hello magazine.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge joins families and children who are supported by the charity Family Action at Peterley Manor Farm on December 04, 2019

Prince Louis loves his mother!  

This cute little detail was a rare insight into the private life of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children. How adorable is it that little Louis is so attached to his mother! 

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Today, The Duchess of Cambridge became Royal Patron of @Family_Action. Her Majesty The Queen @TheRoyalFamily has passed the patronage to The Duchess having held the role for over 65 years. The Duchess joined children and families supported by Family Action at a Christmas tree farm and helped them to make Christmas decorations, eco-friendly reindeer food, and post their letters to Father Christmas! Her Royal Highness also helped the children find Christmas trees for Family Action pre-schools, before heading back inside for some hot chocolate. Family Action was founded in 1869 to help families in difficulty by giving them practical help and support. The charity works directly with vulnerable or disadvantaged children and families, and provides services including perinatal mental health services, counselling and therapeutic support, and the mentoring of children, young people and adults. The new patronage aligns with The Duchess's longstanding work on the early years, and the importance of supporting children and families during this seminal period of their lives.

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Duchess Catherine also got to help mail letters to the North Pole, make some eco-friendly reindeer food and even helped to make some Christmas decorations with the children. The Queen previously held the role of Patron of Family Action, which was founded in 1869.