For Kate Middleton, feeding her three kids is no easy feat. At least, according to her latest interview.
Earlier this week, the Duchess of Cambridge helped launch Tiny Happy People, a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four. She also recently met with three families to chat about the program for an interview which aired on July 14.
"My children have bottomless pits,” Middleton said. “I feel like a constant feeding machine.” The statement doesn’t come as a surprise. Both the duchess and her hubby, Prince William, have been vocal about their experience with their children in the kitchen during lockdown.
Back in April, the mother of three revealed that cooking is a way she has been keeping the whole Cambridge clan busy. "Honestly, you get to the end of the day and you write down the list of all the things that you’ve done in that day,” she told BBC. “So, you pitch a tent, take the tent down again, cook, bake. You get to the end of the day—they have had a lovely time—but it is amazing how much you can cram into one day that's for sure.”
And last month, the Duke of Cambridge even spoke with first responders about his eating habits. "I'm worried about the waistline of the nation as well with all the chocolate and cakes," he told the crew according to People. “I've done a lot of baking at home. Chocolate goes down very well.”
Now we understand where George, Charlotte and Louis get their appetite from.