Kate Middleton takes Prince George and Princess Charlotte to pottery café and they leave behind handprint souvenirs

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Kate Middleton took her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, for a crafty session at a pottery cafe where the youngsters could paint and decorate to their hearts content.

But that's not all they decorated, said a fan account, who revealed that Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and two-year-old Prince Louis popped a painted hand print on the cafe's wall.

Mable's Paint Pot in Norfolk is close to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's family's country home, Amner Hall, and is now the proud owner of the Royal sibling's hand prints and signatures.

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George and Charlotte have signed their name and written the date and their ages next to their prints, showing off their impressive handwriting.

The oldest Cambridge, George, opted for green paint, while his sister Charlotte used orange and Louis went for blue.

Kate and her children made the visit in March, just two days before lockdown was introduced.

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A snap of their artwork was shared on Instagram by another visitor, who wrote: "Spent the afternoon pottery painting so much fun!

"Kate Middleton, Prince George, Charlotte & Louis were also here on Saturday!"

This comes after it was revealed that Prince George is aware he is "different" from his younger siblings, says a royal expert.

Katie Nicholl said: “George is an absolute pleasure to be around and that’s down to his parents.

“They’re not raising him to be spoilt or to have an inflated sense of his own importance. He doesn’t get special treatment just because he’s the future heir.

"They make a point of ensuring their three children feel equal and that they’re all treated the same.

”Despite their efforts, George, who’s currently third in line to the throne, is still thought to be aware that he’s different in some way from Princess Charlotte, five, and two-year-old Prince Louis.

"But unlike his father, who as a young man felt the weight of his kingship a heavy one to bear, George is being protected from that burden and the inevitability of how his life is set to pan out."

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Katie went on to add: “I think George understands, like William did from a very early age, that he’s different from his younger brother and sister and that he’ll have a different future."

William and Kate’s decision to play down the importance of his future role is perhaps partly down to how William felt in his adolescent years, troubled by the suffocating sense of duty that lay ahead.

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