• Prince William and Duchess Kate visited Wales for a public engagement 
  • Kate made for a sweet moment as she interacted with a child

Prince William (40) and Duchess Kate (40) have returned to work after mourning the Queen. The two visited Wales, an important country for the couple because since the death of Queen Elizabeth II they have been able to call themselves Prince and Princess of Wales.

Duchess Kate showed her sympathetic and child-loving side yet again, while the royals in Holyhead visited a local lifeboat station.

Duchess Kate was presented with flowers

A little boy brought Duchess Kate a bouquet of flowers, which the mother of three gratefully accepted. William and Kate got on their knees to talk to four-year-old Theo.

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He seemed excited and happy to share this moment with the royals - and they were obviously just as happy.

Duchess Kate is well received by the population

Kate was then named "child princess" by some users on Twitter right away. William and his wife chose Wales as their first destination after the grieving period "to deepen the trust and respect of the Welsh people", as quoted by an informant from Express.

After the Queen's funeral, it's all the nicer when Duchess Kate and Prince William have a reason to laugh again. Before the death of the Queen, Prince Charles held the title of Prince of Wales and Lady Diana once held the title of Princess of Wales.