The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's were on their second day of their historical Ireland visit, their first official tour there, visiting a residential facility run by the social justice charity Extern, when the happy photoshoot took place.
In her tweet, which contained a total of four photos of William, TK wrote that the royal was "a really nice guy". Following William's grandmother's visit to Ireland almost nine years ago, the royal couple will continue to carry out her work by learning "about local organisations working to support and empower young people and projects which provide opportunities to help them develop important life skills", as well as the European country's conservation initiatives, according to a press release issued by Buckingham Palace. "It's so good for their basic skills of balance and coordination", she said. "We went to watch the Cirque du Soleil recently, it was unbelievable". William and Kate stand with their arms around each other, with Kate looking at her husband as she laughs and Prince William boasting a big smile.
The future king successfully juggled three balls but struggled to add a fourth.
Crouching down to speak with the youngster, who appeared to be standing next to her mother, Kate asked: 'How old are you going to be in May?
Speaking to Joe Mooney, an advance paramedic with the National Ambulance Service, William quipped: "I bet everyone's like 'I've got coronavirus, I'm dying, ' and you're like 'no, you've just got a cough'".
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Wills also let on that his eldest son George was also showing a creative side, and was now learning to play the guitar.
Britain's Prince William has joked with healthcare workers about "spreading" the coronavirus, on the first evening of his three-day visit to Ireland.
The Irish tour was widely regarded as a huge success, but it is uncertain when the couple will embark on another worldwide tour.
According to a report with Australian news source 7 News, doubts have been cast over how safe it will be for the couple to tour the nation.
A beaming Kate continued talking to the little one, asking: 'Wow, do you like dancing?', with the girl saying she did.