Kate Middleton opens up about Prince George and Princess Charlotte to children from St. Matthew’s Primary School

On Monday, March 14, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with the Queen, Prince Harry and other royals, attended the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, where they were married in 2011.

After the service, the 34-year-old royal, who wore an Erdem coat and a John Boyd grey’s hat, talked with a group of pupils from St. Matthew’s Primary School about her son, Prince George, 2, and her daughter, Princess Charlotte, 10 months old.

“He’s got a scooter. He’s going super fast on it,” Catherine told the children. “It’s hard to keep up with him.”

She added, “Charlotte is keeping him in check. She’s getting bigger by the day.”

Photos were posted on the official Twitter accounts of Kensington Palace and Westminster Abbey.

During the service, Ellie Goulding sang Fields of Gold. The 29-year-old British singer also performed at the Duke and Duchess’ 2011 wedding.

Prince William spoke of the couple’s children at the RBS Six Nations game between Wales and France in Cardiff in February.

“Very well. No broken bones so far but they are trying – running around and pushing things and jumping,” the Duke, 33, joked when asked how Charlotte and George were.

”Please tell me it gets easier. Charlotte is very easy, she is sweet. But all the fathers say to me ‘just you wait, when they get to nine or 11 they get crazy’,” Duchess Kate’s husband continued, before adding, “I’m looking forward to it. There will be some drama.”