Teacher shares ‘dream’ chat with Kate on London walking tour | UK News


The teacher shared the sweet moment he had with Kate while she was on a walking tour (Image: Twitter@LouisStevenson9)

Prince William and Kate took a walking tour of Soho, Central London, much to the delight of royal fans yesterday.

But one teacher whose dream it was to talk to Kate had his wish granted when the princess stopped to chat with him.

Louis Stevenson, a schoolteacher, was one of many Londoners and those from further afield who lined up to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.

He posted the video on his Twitter showing Kate stopping to talk to him about his work.

Of his job, he said, “It means so much to me to be a teacher.”

Kate then asked, “What age do you teach?” to which Louis replied, “I teach from 11 to 16.”

Kate then said: “I try to get my kids to speak French and learn languages, but it would also be nice for them to just learn another language.

“I think it’s just very important.”

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The teacher spoke to Kate about his job (Image: Twitter@LouisStevenson9)
Kate revealed she’s trying to get the kids to learn French (Image: Twitter@LouisStevenson9)
A selfie was taken (Image: Twitter@LouisStevenson9)

After talking about his work, Louis nervously asked Kate if he could take a selfie with her.

The photo shows Kate and the teacher beaming as Kate walks away saying, “Keep up the good work.”

People on social media were quick to show their appreciation for the encounter, with Nick Lloyd-Davies commenting: “Wowzer – she’s such a fabulous person and asset to this country and I’m jealous.”

Meanwhile, Rosy Karen said, “Fantastic… Lucky you,” and Luna said, “How wonderful and what an amazing moment to share thank you Louis.”

Preparations for the historic day are well underway as Charles, Camilla and William are pictured at the final rehearsals.

Royals fans have been camping out in anticipation for days and have been able to catch a glimpse of the senior royals.

A map has been released showing all the places people can watch the celebrations on the big screens if they can’t make it to central London.

Sightseeing routes along the procession route will open tomorrow at 6am for those ready for an early start.

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Justin Scaccy

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