Kate Middleton’s Natural Mum Moment Caught On Camera: Watch The Adorable Video

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  • Watch Kate Middleton's most adorable video to date, as she fist bumps an excited child during charity visit. Uh-mazing.

    Kate Middleton’s natural mothering skills have been caught on camera for the first time, as she met children and staff at the Shooting Stars Children’s Hospice in Hampton, Middlesex.

    New footage from last week’s visit shows the adorable moment the Duchess of Cambridge interacts with one particular child, who develops a soft spot for the Princess.

    Gifting Kate with a beautiful bouquet of flowers, the lucky youngster cuddles up to Prince George’s mum in the new video.

    Laughing and giggling with the group of girls, Kate even gives the excited toddler a FIST BUMP. ‘That’s a hard one!’ Kate replied before following with a swift thumbs up. Amazing.

    Kate’s hands-on approach with the children has been commended by the charity, as she was seen singing songs and playing games during her visit.

    Meanwhile Prince William was in Hampshire to help award medals to the Irish Guards in Aldershot.

    The Duchess became royal patron of East Anglia Children’s Hospices shortly after marrying Wills in 2011, and has been heavily involved in their work since.

    In a short video recorded earlier this year, she said: ‘Children’s hospices provide lifelines to families at a time of unimaginable pain. The support they give it vital. In order to carry out this wonderful work, our help is needed.’

    Thanking the children for her flowers as she left the building, she told the little girl: ‘I might have to take you home with me’, as she requested one last hug from Kate. Too. Cute.

    Watch the adorable video below…

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