Kate Middleton reveals plans for daughter Princess Charlotte when she grows up

HRH Duchess of Cambridge

Duchess Kate’s baby girl is only almost 6 months old, but her royal mother, 33, is already thinking about her daughter’s future.

While meeting Scouts and Girl Guides during a visit to Caernarfon in North Wales on Friday, the royal mom revealed her wish that her daughter will be part of the Rainbows in the future, a group that focuses on developing self-confidence, friendships and learning new things through practical activities.

“She said that she needs to put Charlotte’s name down for Rainbows,” Caernarfon’s county commissioner for Girl Guides, Jill Wilkinson, told People magazine.

William and Kate are raising their kids in an idyllic place in the village of Anmer in Norfolk, where the royal couple own a Georgian country house. In June, People magazine wrote that the Duchess of Cambridge wants her children to have a “playful, messy” childhood.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, recently talked about her “wonderful and secure childhood,” where she felt “loved, valued, and listened to,” by her parents and teachers, during her visit at the Place2Be Headteacher Conference on November 18, in London.