Kate Middleton adorably tells excited little boy she’s a princess during Scotland tour

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Kate Middleton was seen in an adorable clip on Instagram telling a young boy that she’s a princess during her and William’s Scotland tour.

In the clip a little boy says to the Duchess of Cambridge: “Are you a prince?” to which she kindly responds “no I’m not a prince.”

The little boy then goes on to ask her if she’s a princess and Kate laughs and sweetly says “yes.”

She also tells the enthusiastic child: “I’m the Duchess!”

The clip was posted on the official Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Instagram account on Wednesday morning.

Kate and William are currently on a tour of Scotland, where they are undertaking various public royal duties, including visiting first responders to thank them for their services during the pandemic.

Kate's sweet princess comment came during a visit to the European Marine Energy Centre on day five of the tour.

Kate looked gorgeous as usual, in a khaki jacket and skinny jeans with dark boots and her hair pulled away from her face.

The royal couple are putting on a united front during their official Scotland jaunt, which comes days after Prince Harry's latest bombshell interview.


Other issues faced by the royals recently include the inquiry into Martin Bashir’s famous 1996 BBC Panorama interview with William’s mother Diana.

Former judge Lord Dyson led the inquiry into Bashir’s unethical methods to obtain the famous interview with Princess Diana and found that he engaged in “deceitful” behaviour in a “serious breach” of BBC broadcasting codes.


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Prince William made a statement about the report’s findings, saying: “It is my view that the deceitful way the interview was obtained substantially influenced what my mother said.”

He continued to say: "The interview was a major contribution to making my parents’ relationship worse and has since hurt countless others. It brings indescribable sadness to know that the BBC’s failures contributed significantly to her fear, paranoia and isolation that I remember from those final years with her.”

William continued to slam the BBC’s failures, claiming they not only let his mother down, but also the public.

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