The Cambridges are one of the most talked-about families in the world, and while the Duke and Duchess spend the most time in front of the cameras, it’s their children that really steal the limelight.
The family of five has made the most headlines this week with regards to animals following a recent outing by the Cambridge couple.
During a tour of Northern Ireland last week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stopped by Ulster University’s Magee Campus and its petting zoo, KidzFarm. It was during the visit that the couple revealed that their house is full of animals.
It was a comment from Prince William about his eldest son George that made the most news, as the Duke exclaimed while holding a snake, ‘George is going to be so upset’.
As he held the snake and Kate Middleton handled a tarantula called Charlotte, he added: ‘The children are not going to believe I did this’.
It was during the visit that the Cambridge couple also opened up about their own pets, with Kate telling one of the workers: ‘We’ve had lots of animals during lockdown. Animals are often like therapy.’
Prince William was reportedly quick to chime in, adding that the family of four had ‘lots of chickens’.
Well, this is lovely.