In a new video published by the Centre for Early Childhood on Thursday, February 2, Kate Middleton met with some very sweet young children at St. John's School. She shown them the short film Shaping Us: Layla's Story, which demonstrates how essential a child's connection with his parents is.
Kate was extremely kind to allow herself to spend time with the children; she noticed that they all carried stuffed animals with them; she asked the children to tell her more about their toys. “Good afternoon, and thank you very much for having me at your school,” she said.
Kate asked the kids who are special to them and explained that Shaping Us was to show "how all of the adults in your life are very important." After showing the film, she talked about the film and what she wanted to portray. "It's so important to look after you, give you love and kindness," she said.
The children provided sweet responses to Kate's questions. One girl mentioned that her best friend comforts her when she's sad, and the Princess of Wales said that she believes she's the greatest friend you could have. "We all have feelings, don't we?" said the queen.
Kate talked about how overcoming fear was one of the greatest feelings for a youngster, but after that, the feeling of accomplishment is incredible.
Kate's visit to the school comes just weeks after Prince Harry released his first memoir Spare in January. He had even shared an alleged incident where Kate made his wife Meghan Markle cry during a tense text exchange about flower girls prior to Harry and Meghan's wedding.