The royal couple wants their little ones to know exactly where they are during their time apart.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton are the proud parents of their three kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. And while their royal duties take them away from their little ones at times, they are always on their minds. During an outing for St. David's Day, which is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, locals greeted the pair and asked them a few questions about their family. "How are the children?" one fan of the royal couple asked, People reported. Prince William replied, "The children are very well, thank you," before noting how the family manages their time apart.

Prince William noted that when he and the Duchess of Cambridge travel away from their children, they follow one tradition to ensure the kids know exactly where they are in the world. "They are always asking us where we are going," he said. "And we show them where we are on the map."

Amid their recent outings, Kate also noted that family is always on her mind—and that she often experiences a bit of baby fever, especially when meeting other little ones. The royal couple previously confirmed that they won't be expanding their happy family of five, but the Duchess just shared that she's been feeling "broody" while spending time with parents and their newborns. "William always worries about me meeting under one-year-olds. I come home saying, 'Let's have another one,'" she shared during her solo overseas tour in Denmark.

Kate has admitted to having babies on the brain before this tour, too. When the duo visited Lancashire earlier this year, they met Trudi and Alastair Barrie and their daughter, Anastasia. "Don't give my wife any more ideas!" Prince William joked as Kate held the baby for a photo. "Don't take her with you," the Duke added in jest as Kate returned the baby to her parents.


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