Kate Middleton spotted comforting Mia Tindall in sweet moment at Jubilee Pageant

Kate Middleton has charmed royal fans after a video was released of her comforting Zara and Mike Tindall's eight year old daughter Mia during the Jubilee Pageant.

The Duchess of Cambridge seemed to spend most her time trying to combat her youngest, Prince Louis' antics but she still made time for the Queen's great-granddaughter.

In the clip, which was shared on Twitter, Kate can be seen stroking the arm of a distressed Mia, who had clearly climbed over the seats to reach the Duchess.

Mia then buried her head into Kate's shoulder whilst the 40 year old royal stroked the youngsters head and whispered something in her ear.


Princess Charlotte, seven, was also seen comforting Mia and tenderly rubbed her back.

Kate was seemingly able to repay Mike who moments earlier had been pictured warning little Louis to behave.

The four year old prince went viral during the Queen's Jubilee celebrations after showing off his cheeky personality. He was caught lifting his hands up to his face and blowing a raspberry at his mother.

Mike, who is married to Prince William’s cousin, was then seen joking around with the young prince and telling him to behave by gesturing ‘I’m watching you’ with his hands as Louis giggled away.


Although the former rugby ace was keeping the kids in line he wasn't setting much of a good example. During the Epsom Derby Mike shared pictures of himself on Instagram stealing his wife's hat.

This was followed up by him posting a photo of both himself and Zara exchanging headwear in another hilarious snap.

He captioned the post, writing: "#platinumjubilee hats day 2! Fav so far! What colour do you think tomorrow will be???"

As well as her brilliant maternal instincts, Kate has also shown that she can carry "herself like a future Queen", according to a body language expert.

Following four days of intense public scrutiny during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, body language expert Judi James told The Sun that the Duchess of Cambridge really stepped up in the the absence of the Queen during Friday’s Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

According to Judi, both Prince William and Kate "looked like the future king and queen" and that Kate "looked quite firm, as if she’s starting to take the lead".

"She walked in first, waved to the crowds first," Judi continued. "She threw a glance in St. Paul’s at William, and she nodded her head forward like she was steeling him to do the walk out past his brother."

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