Kate admits to ‘ups and downs’ of parenting during children’s centre visit

Kate admits to ‘ups and downs’ of parenting during children’s centre visit

Kate admits to ‘ups and downs’ of parenting during children’s centre visit

In a clip taken by The Daily Mail's Rebecca English, Kate can be seen telling fellow mom Kriti Batta about her youngest addition to the family, 10 month old Prince Louis and how he "bombs around" on his walker already!

Britain's Kate the Duchess of Cambridge, reacts with a child, during a visit to the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in Kennington.

Kate had joined a "together time" session at the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in Oval where parents spent time watching and playing with their children to build up the confidence of the youngsters.

Back then, Kate teamed the coat with a pillbox hat, but this time around, it was her sister-in-law Meghan Markle who opted for that style, while Kate picked a smaller hat instead. Since the beginning of the year, she has been carrying out visits to her first four patronages, as well as accompanying husband Harry at his various projects.

"I believe Meghan is more focussed on figuring out exactly what she should do and when they should walk in, she is feeling a bit awkward, not having attended an event exactly like this before", she explains.

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The Duchess of Cambridge's wide-leg trousers effortlessly blended into her classic shoes, which featured a pointed toe and comfortable block heel.

They met with children as well as young Canadians working in fashion, the arts, business and academia.

Scroll through to see the best pictures from Kate's outing. "You understand because your children do the same".

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Kate was there to observe how the Lambeth Early Action Partnership manages to support careers as well as parents and their kids by using the facilities. "I'd like her to come to the show, but no pressure on her", she said.

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