‘Prince William is such a cutie!’ Royal fans go wild as Duke leaves Kate Middleton in fits of giggles by playfully joking he is ‘out of his depth’ while she leads Early Years discussion at Jamaican school
- Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, are currently on tour of Jamaica
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge earlier sat down for Early Years discussion
- Many royal fans have been going wild over one candid moment between the pair
- Saw William joke he was ‘out of his depth’ during the chat, leaving group howling
- Meanwhile Kate was in fits of giggles, saying: ‘You hear me chatting about it!’
Royal fans have been going wild online after the Duke of Cambridge joked he was ‘out of his depth’ while the Duchess led a discussion about the Early Years.
Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, visited Shortwood Teacher Training College in Kingston, Jamaica, on Wednesday, where they met with students training to become early childhood education practitioners.
As they sat down to chat with the trainee teachers, the Duchess nervously starting the conversation with a laugh, before the Duke jokingly added: ‘I’m out of my depth here! I’m listening.’
The group erupted with laughter while Prince William raised his hands in the air and pretended to shrug, with Kate adding: ‘No you’re not! You hear me chatting about it.’
The candid moment between the couple left royal fans swooning over the ‘cute’ Duke, with one writing: ‘He is such a supportive husband!’
Royal fans have been going wild online after the Duke of Cambridge joked he was ‘out of his depth’ during a discussion with the Duchess about the Early Years
Meanwhile another added: ‘I love when he gives Catherine the space to shine in her field.’
A third wrote: ‘This is cute! Prince William said: “This is your day, darling. Your thing.’ Catherine immediately: “Okay then…” That was definitely her thing!’
A fourth commented: ‘His expressions and hands. I’m laughing. He’s such a cutie.
‘They so cute! They compliment each other in every way. And are very happy to share the limelight,’ another wrote.
Many royal followers were left swooning over the playful moment between the couple, which saw both of them giggling
‘One is not better than the other but are equals and partners.’
The clip was taken today as the couple met with teachers at Shortwood Teacher’s College, which is a recognised exemplar in its field, conducting research in early childhood education and care while also offering professional development programmes to the early childhood sector.
During their time at the College, Kate and William also visited the Shortwood Practising Primary and Infant School where they met children and parents.
The royal couple then went on to meet students and staff to hear about their work and studies at the College and learn of the significance that Jamaica places on early childhood development.
In the clip, Kate can be seen starting the conversation before William playfully interjects to joke he ‘is out of his depth’
The Duchess reached over to the Duke to rub his arm after he joked he would be ‘listening’ during the roundtable discussion
The Duchess also gave her first speech of the Caribbean tour praising the ‘crucial role of teachers at the front line in shaping society’ during the visit.
Kate told college students: ‘You as teachers are at the frontline of this vital work and play a crucial role in shaping our societies by positively impacting the futures of literally thousands of young people over the course of your careers.’
She added: ‘Decades of science and research have shown us that our earliest experiences establish the fundamental foundations that shape and connect our future lives.
The Duke and Duchess earlier today visited a school in Jamaica where they met with young children
‘It is when we learn how to form relationships, connect with one another, how to manage our feelings and emotions and it’s when we learn how to develop a sense of identity.’
Her comments came shortly after the royal couple received an official welcome from the Caribbean nation’s premier, and he described how Jamaica intended to fulfil its destiny ‘as an independent, developed, prosperous country’.
The mother-of-three has championed the cause of early years development since she joined the royal family.