“She’s going to be trouble when she’s older!” Prince William’s heartwarming words about Princess Charlotte during hospital visit

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“She’s going to be trouble when she’s older!” Prince William’s heartwarming words about Princess Charlotte during hospital visit

Prince William told hospital patients in Liverpool that Princess Charlotte was ‘going to be trouble when she is older’.

The Duke of Cambridge was visiting paramedics and patients in Liverpool today, but the Duchess of Cambridge was not in attendance.

Asked by patient Pagan Tordengrav how Kate and the kids were doing, William replied: “She’s doing very well, thanks.

Prince George joined by his little cousin Maud at Thomas's Battersea Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
Prince George joined by his little cousin Maud at Thomas’s Battersea Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

“George started school, so it’s been a very interesting week.”

Referring to Charlotte, he said: “She’s going to be trouble when she gets older. All fathers say that to me, watch out for the little girls.”

“But they’re all very well, thanks.”

Ms Tordengrav, who has stage four cancer, told William she was a fan of rock bands Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.He said he preferred soft rock and told her: “I’m Linkin Park level.”

She then told William he was the “prince of hearts”.

The Duke of Cambridge is in Merseyside and will make stops at Aintree Hospital, a mental health hub in Walton and a leisure centre in Wallasey.

He has started his trip with a tour of the new Urgent Care and Trauma Centre at the hospital in Fazakerley, after a £35m redevelopment.

He told elderly patients in the hospital’s frailty assessment unit about his son Prince George starting school.

Prince George will be known as George Cambridge to his classmates Photo (C) PA
Prince George will be known as George Cambridge to his classmates Photo (C) PA

Speaking to Teresa Jones, 87, he said: “Most of the parents are in floods of tears and the children are absolutely fine.”He added: “George rules the roost and Charlotte isn’t far behind.”

He told Edna Dagnall, 75: “George started school last week so we’re seeing how long that lasts for before he doesn’t want to go to school one day.”

William said he felt “nostalgic” after seeing an air ambulance parked on the hospital’s helipad.Speaking to A and E volunteer John Geddes he said: “I looked longingly at the helicopter there.

“It’s nice to see the air ambulance, I feel very nostalgic about it.”

Before leaving the hospital he was taken to see the helicopter and spoke to members of the crew.

The new unit opened in January after a £35 million redevelopment and includes a charity-funded air ambulance helicopter landing pad.William is also due to meet staff and service users at the Life Rooms in Walton, a community hub run by mental health trust Mersey Care.

The centre offers group and one-to-one advice sessions on finances, addiction, and employment and offers a space for groups to meet.

He will then visit Guinea Gap Leisure Centre in Wallasey, Wirral, where he is set to meet divers from the Merseyside Sub-Aqua Club and watch children showcasing Swim England’s Learn to Swim programme, before viewing a water polo session.

Kate was not by her husband’s side for the visit this morning as she continues to suffer with hyperemesis gravidarum, a rare condition which causes severe vomiting during pregnancy.

Prince George looked shy on his first day at school Photo (C) PA
Prince George looked shy on his first day at school Photo (C) PA

The Duchess of Cambridge has been forced to pull out of a number of events since Kensington Palace announced her pregnancy and was forced to miss her son’s first day at school as a result of her illness.

Prince William has confirmed several times that his wife is well but admitted that it has been a worrying time.

He said: “We need Catherine to get over this first bit and then we can start celebrating. It’s always a bit anxious to start with, but she’s well.”

The young royal was driven through the school’s side entrance which leads into a courtyard at around 8.20am.

Princess Charlotte looked delighted with her flowers Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
‘It is very good, very sweet,’ William said after he downed the shot in one. ‘And very strong,’ Kate added as she recovered from downing the 40 per cent proof liqueur.
Thousands of locals lined the central market square as the royals arrived to experience a live demonstration of amber processing before trying out local delicacies.
As the royal couple emerged from the town hall to the strains of Handel’s ‘Zadok the Priest’ – played at every English monarch’s coronation since King George II in 1727 – the crowds cheered enthusiastically.
Tomorrow, the Duke and Duchess renew their friendly sporting rivalry, that seems to play a part in most of their trips, when they visit the picturesque Germany city of Heidelberg, twinned with Cambridge.
William and Kate will take to the waters of the River Neckar to cox opposing rowing teams in a race with crews from drawn from Cambridge and Heidelberg.

He arrived at the £20,000 a year Thomas’s London Day School in a black Range Rover driven by an unknown man and with a female passenger.

The gates to the courtyard were briefly lifted to allow the prince into school before the 4×4 drove away.

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