Catherine has revealed that Prince George is far more interested in learning about the pigeons than dinosaurs.
The 40-year-old took Prince George to the Natural History Museum.
There despite the Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton being present, the little royal cast his attention to the pigeons outside. Kate told of her son’s fascination with insects, especially his love for ladybirds, when she met young people from the charity Chance UK, which mentors vulnerable children in London who are at risk of offending.
It operates an early intervention program, aiming to change challenging behaviour of primary school-aged children through intensive and individual mentoring, as well as family support.
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Kate met with Carl, 10, from Haringey, north London, and his mentor Claire Butler, 29. Carl showed Kate a picture of him at the Natural History Museum with a fox. “She was telling me that she took George to the Natural History Museum,” he said. Claire added: “She said that George was more interested in a pigeon they found there rather than all the amazing exhibits.”
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Kate also met with Faith Buchanan, 8, and her mentor Elizabeth Little, 33. Faith said, “We were talking about insects and she said George likes them.” “She said George’s favourite was the ladybird,” Elizabeth added. “It was amazing to meet her, Faith did all the talking, she was great and (Kate) was really interested in the charity.
Duchess Catherine he was holding George’s hand, showing him around and talking to few people who worked there. They went all around the dinosaur gallery – George looked super cute and extremely happy.” The museum confirmed that Kate, their royal patron, had paid a visit with her son George.
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It is not the first time the young Prince has paid a visit to the museum; George also enjoyed a day out there before he turned one, with the museum’s butterfly exhibition serving as the setting for his official first birthday photos.
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