Kate Middleton Gives Sweet Update on Charlotte & George's Sibling Relationship

On the royal couple's recent trip to Wales, Kate Middleton revealed their Christmas plans are in fill swing, and gave us adorable insight into how Prince George and Princess Charlotte are getting along these days.


The duchess and duke visited a nonprofit in North Wales called Men's Shed, which aims to improve the health and well-being of men in that area of the country. While chatting with folks, Kate revealed her 2-year-old son is just days away from realizing Christmas is a stone's throw away and becoming super excited about the upcoming holiday. "I haven't started yet," she said about Christmas planning. "But George will be starting to talk about Christmas soon."

Kate says her little ones will probably receive early gifts because she is reviving knitted woollen sheep (George's will have a blue ribbon and Charlotte will get a pink ribbon) that she'll pass along to them.

And we already know, grandma Carole Middleton is planning on treating George and Charlotte to a cool, DIY Christmas, complete with homemade wreaths and treats that they'll bake together. It sounds dreamy so far.

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Maybe you're thinking: The royal peanuts are far too young to appreciate the holidays. But time is flying by — George is already a toddler, and Charlotte, who is just 6 months old, seems to be growing a fondness for her older sibling.

Kate told reporters in Wales that her children are "doing really well, thanks" and then revealed: "Charlotte is getting bigger and getting on well with her noisy big brother."

Ha! This is going to be a joyful, memorable holiday for Kate, William, and their children. George is just starting to figure out why this time of year is magical, and Charlotte sounds like a sweet angel who will take in all of the lights and decorations and live vicariously through her "noisy" older brother. Can't wait to see their holiday family portrait!


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