When Prince William gets around little ones, the dad of two knows how to speak their language. Looking dapper in a navy blazer, khaki trousers and a white button-down shirt, the Duke of Cambridge was all smiles as he entertained a few tots during his visit to a community hall on St. Martin's Friday.
While he was there, a young boy and girl showed him a painting they made, with William asking them about their masterpieces. "Did you make this? This is amazing," he said to the adorable children. "Is this the sea? Did you do the sea?, he continued, asking the little boy about the large painting in his hands. " The tot rubbed his brown hair excitedly, pointed at it, and proudly replied, "Yes!"
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"It's really impressive!" William responded with a big smile. Earlier in the day, the prince and his wife, Kate Middleton, set sail to St. Martin's on day two of their tour of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, according to People. The Duchess of Cambridge's ensemble coordinated with that of her husband's, with Middleton looking as chic as ever in a navy blazer, white top, and printed white-and-navy pants.
Both shielded their eyes from the sun in shades, with the mom-of-two opting for tortoise shell Ray-Bans.