Kate Middleton Says Prince George And Princess Charlotte Can't Get Enough Of Nature

The 35-year-old has divulged all about her children's obsession with nature, and we now think they're even more adorable

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From the sounds of things, Prince George and Princess Charlotte would have been incredibly jealous of their mother last night as she attended the reopening of the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum with Sir David Attenborough.

During a speech to celebrate the museum's new blue whale skeleton, which replaces Dippy the Dinosaur after almost 38 years on display, the 35-year-old mother revealed her brood 'adore' the museum.

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Dressed in a pale blue Preen Everly dress, paired with a purple clutch bag, Cassandra Goad earrings and Prada wavy strap sandals, the mother-of-two told the audience: 'Like many of you here tonight, I remember visiting the Natural History Museum as a child, and being inspired with a love of nature.

'And now, as a parent myself, I am experiencing the joy all over again with my own children, who are coming here, and it is not just to see the T-Rex mind you,' she addd, reports the Telegraph.

'Who could fail to be inspired standing here in this wonderful hall.

'It is so fitting to see the ocean now taking centre stage, with many other marine specimens as star attractions in this splendid Hintze Hall,' she noted.

Chatting to Attenborough about the reopening of the hall, the Duchess said: 'You must have seen they've made a few changes here over the years', before they embarked on a tour of the museum.

Given that Kate's brother-in-law Harry reportedly paid for a late-night visit of the museum with his girlfriend Meghan Markle earlier this year, we have a feeling the Royals' visit to the Natural History Museum might be more regular than you might think.

Keep your eyes peeled next time you head down there, you might spot a prince.

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