Kate Middleton knows how to impress children of all ages.
Prince William and Princess Kate draw attention wherever they go, and it looks like everyone is drawn to the princess' natural charisma.
"She [Kate] was so much more down to earth than I thought she would be," 16-year-old Naeyaha Barcelona told People on Sunday of her experience seeing the royal couple in New York City. That's pretty high praise coming from a teenager, which is good news for Princess Kate. She is already busy raising her one-year-old son George and will give birth to her second child this spring.
According to People, Princess Kate's greatest display of motherly fortitude had nothing to do with wooing teens or mesmerizing five-year-olds. Instead, it was her commitment at an amusement park.
On Dec. 12 Princess Kate attended London's Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park with her little prince and was seen riding a spinning teacup with George, who was thoroughly delighted.
"George was smiling and laughing as they went 'round and 'round together," noted one worker at the park. "He was really enjoying the ride with his mom. You could see it in his little face."
Considering that Kate is five months pregnant and struggled during her first trimester, a ride on the teacups was certainly a way of showing just how determined the princess is to enjoy this time with her son.
Princess Kate is expected to give birth to her second child in April.