Kate Middleton stopped by the National History Museum in London to spend some quality time with a group of “young paleontologists,” and she even took park in a tea party. The trip was part of Middleton’s stint at the children’s mental health facility, Place2Be. During her visit, Kate decorated Dinosaur eggs with the children and, according to one Daily Mail correspondent, revealed that her son, Prince George, loves dinosaurs.
The museum was celebrating 100 years of “Dippy the Diplodocus,” which according to E! was “first installed in the museum in 1908 and will begin traveling throughout the United Kingdom from 2018 to 2020.” The National History Museum’s website states that the dinosaur was cast from a skeleton originally found in America.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been traveling through the UK promoting mental health awareness. During Mental Health Week, she stated, “I have seen the benefits of offering children support for their mental health in the safety of the school environment.”