Kate Middleton says Prince George is telling people he’s 3, the Duchess’ son ‘thinks that he’s older’

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During the America’s Cup World Series event in Porsmouth, England, which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended on Sunday, Catherine, who spoke with 2-year-old Freddie Wilson, revealed that her son thinks he is 3.

“Hello Princess, my name is Freddie Wilson,” the little boy introduced himself to Duchess Kate.

Wendy Maxwell, Freddie’s mother, talked with the journalists and said that the Duchess asked her son about his age.

“She asked him how old he was and he said ‘I’m 3,'” Maxwell said.

“When I said he is only 2, she said, ‘George says that. He thinks that he’s older,'” she added.

Besides little boy Freddie Wilson, Catherine chatted with other children present at the event, like George Mills, 2.

During the event, Kate and William also received gifts for their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, nearly 3 months old.

The presents consisted in two BAR shirts with the two royal kids’ names printed on the back. The shirts were made by sisters Ella Morgan, 13, and Millie Morgan, 11.

Prince George of Cambridge celebrated his 2nd anniversary on July 22 at his parents’ country estate Anmer Hall in Norfolk, and his great-grandfather Prince Philip attended the birthday bash, the Express reports.

The publication also revealed that there were approximately a dozen children at the future king’s bash.