Kate Middleton was just offered a job...while doing her job.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, recently embarked on a 24-hour tour of the U.K. in honor of the launch of her new survey for the Early Years initiative. Yesterday, Middleton touched down in Cardiff and attended a baby sensory class at the Ely and Caerau Children’s Centre. While there, the royal chatted with parents and performed her now-famous parenting move.
According to People, after Middleton helped a young girl clean her hand, which was covered in sand, the organization’s manager Carolyn Asante told her, “You’ve got the job—when can you start?”
Her response? “I wish!” If we’re being totally honest, working with kids would be the perfect job for the mother-of-three (if she weren’t busy doing the job of a duchess, of course).
During the event, Middleton was also photographed doing her go-to parenting move—crouching down to meet the eye-line of the children she was talking to. Not only does eye contact foster open communication, but it also encourages kids to express themselves on equal terms.
Middleton’s appearance doubled as a promotion for her new Early Years initiative survey, which consists of five short questions. The questionnaire will be distributed around the U.K. and gather opinions on raising the next generation.
Always in mom mode.