While attending the Cambridgeshire County Day fests at the Newmarket Racecourse, Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, paid a visit to some of the attendees and observed a newborn there.
The royal went over to Norah, who was only four months old, to greet her and couldn’t resist picking her up and holding her.
Princess Kate told Norah’s mother, Marianne Provoost, “I adore babies” when she asked to hold Norah’s beautiful newborn.
As Kate returned Norah to her mother, Provoost offered some words of advice, saying, “Appreciate your day and enjoy your children.”
Earlier on throughout the course of the visit, Kate showed her enthusiasm for newborns by smiling and greeting a youngster who was wearing a bucket hat.
The nature of Kate’s employment puts her in danger whenever she is around very small children or newborns as she has said in the past that after being around young children it makes her feel “broody.”
When Kate visited the University of Copenhagen on the first day of her solo royal trip to Denmark back in February, she had the opportunity to meet with parents together with their young children.
“I get the chills just thinking about it. William is always worried that I may come into contact with children, especially newborns. When I arrive home, the first thing I say is, “Let’s have another one.”
The Princess also had the opportunity to interact with a large number of children during their visit at the East Anglia Children’s Hospice in Milton. Kate volunteered to have her hand painted as she engaged with the children.
After some time had passed, the Princess addressed the little girl, telling her to “not be timid” and encouraging her to paint with self-assurance.