"It's a princess", he explained, per People. One such fan had the chance of a lifetime to meet her favourite royal in person on Tuesday (June 11) in Cumbria, but was adorably confused by what Kate wore. However, when the little girl made her way onto the balcony, her hair had been changed into a second style, with two miniature plaits tied together with the ribbon.
"She wanted to know if you'd be wearing your Princess Elsa dress", her father explained.
Kate herself opted for a sleek ponytail for the royal outing, that complemented her English country look.
"I know, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I came in my pants and my coat because I'm going to see some sheep".
Kate wasn't phased, and had an entirely practical response to what she treated as a very legitimate question.
She even sought the girl's approval asking if she thought it was a good idea.
Kate, 37, arrived in the market town of Keswick in £250 boots by See By Chloé, but later swapped the designer lace-ups for a more practical pair by Berghaus for an afternoon on a rural farm.
Following that meeting with the children, William and Kate proceeded to meet some farmers and take part in shearing some sheep.
The royals greeted greeted the public in Keswick.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had a taste of life as sheep farmers as they visited Cumbria.
The royal couple also joined the Brown family, local farmers and members of the Farmer Network to discuss some of the key challenges farmers are facing, including rural isolation, Brexit and support payments. Kate was then seen sweetly playing with her daughter's hair as they stood together watching the flyover with the rest of the royal family.
She also took a brief time out to pet three very cute dogs. On the other hand, Prince Louis looked adorable in a blue and white outfit that was once worn by his dad Prince William and uncle Prince Harry.