Duchess Catherine is tackling a brand new hobby with a very special partner-in-crime – music class.
Yep, the future Queen Consort of England is now practising her dulcet tones alongside her youngest son Prince Louis, according to a new report, and it’s the cutest thing we’ve heard since, well… ever?
According to a new report from Mail on Sunday, Duchess Catherine has been attending a children and parents music group with her one-year-old son.
The class, which costs little more than AUD $20 per session, is held each week at Monkey Music, and apparently gets very hands-on.
So much so, that Kate has been heard getting “stuck in” and singing along with other parents during the fun-filled sessions.
According to The Mail, it’s likely Kate and Louis take the Heigh-Ho class, which is usually recommended for babies who are more than 12 months old.
The website states that the class includes “colourful props” which aids children’s visual memory.
“Moving and dancing freely around the room with Monkey encourages your child to express the music that they hear with their whole bodies,” the class is described.
Just imagining a young Prince Louis bopping around is almost too much cuteness to handle…
Louis isn’t the only Cambridge child partaking in fun activities.
In 2018 it was revealed Kate takes Princess Charlotte to ballet classes – so it looks like the kids have taken to the arts strongly!
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And it’s not just Kate and her children taking part in some fun publicly-accessible activities.
Earlier this week it was revealed baby Archie attends a playgroup session – and proud parents Meghan and Harry come along with him.
A source revealed to PEOPLE magazine that Harry was spotted recently at a class held in Windsor along with a couple of other dads.
And according to the Daily Express, the father and son got right into the thick of things.
“Archie had a fantastic time. He was crawling around and was particularly taken with two other red-haired babies,” a source told the publication.
Prince Harry was clearly loving it, with the source adding, “The Duke said: ‘Gingers stick together!'”
There’s no denying the two royal families have a uniquely high-profile, but it’s lovely to hear about them being able to continue doing regular things a lot of other (non-blue-blooded!) parents don’t think twice about.
Now we’ll just be over here waiting for a joint singing performance from the well-practiced royal family…
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