Prince William and Duchess Kate were in Leicester on Wednesday, to pay tribute to those who were killed in an Oct. 27 helicopter crash, including Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the owner of Premier League football club Leicester City. They also visited the King Power Stadium, where the tragic accident happened, and met with representatives from local charities which were supported by Srivaddhanaprabha. It was a solemn day but things brightened up when the couple met with fans afterwards.
The Duke and Duchess later met people gathered in the @uniofleicester’s Centenary Square at the end of their visit to Leicester today.
Thank you to all that came along to say hello! pic.twitter.com/FaOhdeDDgo
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 28, 2018
According to the Daily Mail, Kate told some well-wishers a story, saying that William was playing football with the children and George piped up, asking, “Are you playing football tomorrow, Pops?”
That’s right. POPS.
Another fan asked Kate how George, Charlotte and Louis are doing, and the Duchess spoke about the upcoming holidays, saying, “they’ve started with all their Christmas songs and Christmas trees are going up.” Same here! And on how big Louis is getting, “I can’t believe he’s, like, seven months now.” Wow, we can’t believe it either, time sure flies.
Kate was then asked if she was excited for Meghan and her new baby.
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#news Kate talking about Meghan and her new baby! Says she’s happy for Meghan and to have a cousin for George,charlotte and Louis is special! So cute 😩💗 by the champ @2cool_4school_2lame_4fame . . The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge were in Leicester today paying tribute to those who tragically lost their lives in a helicopter crash.
Awwww. “It’ll be really special.” Feud, schmeud? Really, though, did we expect her to say something else? Royal cousins FTW!
But let’s get back to what George calls his dad: Pops. Is “Dad” not a British term? Will is Pops. Amazing. Hmm, wonder if that’s what Charlotte calls him too. And what do they call Kate — Mum? Mummy? Or something else entirely? Please be Ma. That would be perfect.