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The boy had no idea who he was talking to.
Kate Middleton once again conquered the British with her kindness and ability to approach children. While traveling to Birmingham by train in a first-class carriage, she chatted sweetly with an eight-year-old boy, Ted, who turned out to be the son of The Times columnist Matthew Syed. This story was later told by the father to his readers in a column.
According to him, while Prince William and Princess Charlotte flew to the Commonwealth Games by helicopter, the Duchess of Cambridge went by train. When the reporter got up to go to the toilet, Kate started talking to Ted.
“Mindful of my own business, I can hear him talking to a woman. “'Are you alone here?' she asks. “No, my dad is there,” he says, pointing to the toilet,” Syed writes. According to him, his son and fellow traveler were laughing and having fun.
“”Come on, Ted,” I say “We've got to get out! Oh, and thanks for keeping him company…” I say, turning to the woman waiting in line as I stop. My eyebrows went up, and my face couldn't contain my surprise. – Kate? I blurt out. There is no bodyguard or armed guard in the lobby. And here is the Duchess of Cambridge, chatting merrily with my son,” the author continued his story.
When he asked Ted if the one he was talking to knew, he replied:
“I have no idea, but she was very nice.”
“The Duchess had no idea that she was talking to the son of a journalist, so I think it reflects her character and sense of duty. The monarchy is in safe hands,” said Syed.