Kate Middleton: Lured by a construction worker, giggles in Cornwall!
Sep 07 2016 by Francis Osborne
Mum's the word! Prince William joked to a woman during his visit to Cornwall with Duchess Kate Middleton on Thursday, September 1, that although he often gets compared to his late mother, he must politely qualify their likeness.
They began their visit at Truro Cathedral this morning, where they were greeted by hundreds of cheering well-wishers lining the streets.
The 34 year old looked stunning as she walked with Prince William in the patterned pants which she teamed with a pair of beige wedges.
Kate mused 'It's so hard because there's so much out there.
Also on the agenda was pulling pints at Healey's Cornish Cider Farm and greeting the crowds of waiting admirers, which for one lucky lady meant a hug and a kiss! They met with staffers of Chums, a mental-health service that aids young people, and also met with various charities working on mental-health issues, including Our Minds Matter, OM, Luton Council of Faiths and Grassroots.
Hell, I'm an adult, and personally, I still want to be Kate Middleton when I grow up.
"You can give me a peck on the cheek", William responded.
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Prince William assured teenagers there's no shame in taking time to figure out career goals, pointing out it took him "an awfully long time" to figure out what he wanted to do.
The report recalled how OK! magazine claimed in February that Kate was pregnant with twin girls, and then just a month later claimed that Kate and William were on their way to becoming queen and king, with no more mention of the report of twins.
Tamara Crowe, from Truro was part of the group, and said she found their comments reassuring "They just sounded very interested in everything".
During their visit the couple viewed facilities at Zebs, including a music recording studio, cafe and community area. It was a delight for us on a drizzly Friday - as I am sure it was for all the visitors who enjoyed seeing them and in particular those who were able to share friendly chats with them along the way.
"I think my mum was much better looking", he replied.
"It's a real privilege", she adds of the visit.
"He had been really frustrated because he couldn't see them, but then William came over and talked to him about Star Wars", she said.