A sweet video of Kate Middleton surprising a 3-year-old boy with a gift has gone viral.
The Princess of Wales visited Colham Manor Children’s Centre on Wednesday on behalf of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance, a UK-based charity of which she serves as patron.
In a video shared on Twitter by reporter Rhiannon Mills, the 40-year-old is seen kneeling down to talk to a young boy named Akeem.
When Akeem asks Kate what her name is, the royal replies: “My name is Catherine.”
Akeem then showed interest in the poppy pin Kate was wearing on her coat, and she offered it to him.
The mum-of-three asked: “Do you know what this is for? It’s for remembering all the soldiers who died in the war. There you go — that’s for you.” Kate then handed the pin to Akeem’s mother.
Check out the viral video below:
It’s not everyday you get a poppy from a Princess 😊 Akeem who’s 3 was very chatty when Kate unexpectedly stopped to say hello at a maternity mental health visit so she gave him her remembrance poppy. Thanks Liberty from Colham Manor primary and Akeem’s mum for letting me share pic.twitter.com/ykP1wyujtf
— Rhiannon Mills (@SkyRhiannon) November 9, 2022