Britain's Duchess of Cambridge wants kids to join the Scouts

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge is keen for her children - Prince George and Princess Charlotte - to join the Scouts and Girl Guides when they're old enough.

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge wants kids to join the Scouts

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge wants her children to join the Scouts.

The 33-year-old royal revealed she would love for her six-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte to join the Rainbows and for her two-year-old son Prince George to be a part of the Scouts, which gives children the chance to go on adventures with their peers, when they're old enough.

Caernarfon's county commissioner for Girl Guides, Jill Wilkinson, said: "She said that she needs to put Charlotte's name down for Rainbows.

"She really enjoyed helping with the Scout group and said she will get George for Scouting."

Meanwhile, Prince William previously spoke out about his young family, insisting Princess Charlotte has been a "little joy of heaven".

He shared: "It has been fantastic and she has been a little joy of heaven. But at the same time it is more responsibility, looking after two little ones, especially when George is around. He's a little monkey.

"But it is fantastic having a lovely little family and I am so thrilled. And Catherine has been doing an amazing job as a mother and I'm very proud of her."

When asked about the possibility of adding to their brood, he added: "We've only just had the second one. You never know what is going to happen in the future."

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