Kate Middleton Is a Proud Mom Gushing About the After-School Activity That Princess Charlotte Loves

When it comes to bragging about your kids, not even royal moms are exempt. Kate Middleton recently shared some of her daughter Princess Charlotte’s after-school activities and every word was full of pride for her little girl.

Prince William and Princess Kate appeared on The Good, The Bad, & The Rugby podcast with co-host Mike Tindall’s mother-in-law Princess Anne. The Princess Royal said that Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, have inherited “just a little bit” of their parents’ competitiveness, per PEOPLE.

“What I think is really interesting is that they are all obviously very different temperaments.” Kate responding, adding all three of her kids “are growing and trying out different sports.”

“They’re obviously still really young,” she continued. “It’s going to be interesting to see how that grows and develops.”

The Princess of Wales also revealed what her only daughter gets into after school, gushing about the activities that Middleton herself didn’t get a chance to do in school. In the interview, she revealed that Princess Charlotte plays both rugby and football, both of which “weren’t school sports when I was growing up.” Of course, Middleton has played both of those sports now, as well as golf, tennis, cricket, archery, and more, but Middleton says it’s “really good” to see more sports being offered to girls in school.

“Charlotte’s playing both the sports now, and it’s really good to see youngsters, particularly girls, playing these types of sports now,” she continued.

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