As the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla nears, Kate Middleton made a solo outing for a cause close to her heart.
The Princess of Wales visited The Baby Bank in Windsor, not far from her home with Prince William and their three children, on Monday to hear about the organization’s crucial work to support families in need from the surrounding area.
Princess Kate, 41, met volunteers and took part in sorting donations and packing referrals during her visit — while chatting about her own kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
When Princess of Wales spotted a box of donations from Mattel that included Buzz Lightyear toys, she shared that Princess Charlotte, who will celebrate her 8th birthday on May 2, is a “huge fan of Toy Story,” according to the Daily Mail.
Kate also reflected on how fast her children are growing up — in fact, her youngest Prince Louis turned 5 on Sunday, an occasion marked by the family releasing new portraits of the birthday boy (including one featuring the mom!).
“It only feels like yesterday that they were this tiny. They do grow so quickly,” she told staff, reports The Daily Mail.
The Baby Bank’s Lauren Hall told the outlet that Kate said she would bring Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis down to the center in the future.
“I said I would bring my 5-year-old to play with Louis. They can keep each other occupied,” Hall added. “I think Louis here would be awesome. They can choose which toys the children should have.”
For the visit, the Princess of Wales wore the Larsoon blazer by Reiss over a white shirt with black trousers.