Kate Middleton wants to take her children to North Wales to show them where she and Prince William first met.

On St. David's Day, Wales' national holiday, the Prince and Princess of Wales gave Welsh Guards officers and guardsmen symbolic leeks.

Kate recalled living in North Wales as a newlywed while Prince William trained to fly helicopters for the Royal Air Force's Search and Rescue Force.

Kate and event attendee Krystal Cunningham both love Anglesey. She said kate missed it and wanted to show her kids the gorgeous beaches.

Wales was where Prince William and Kate spent their first months as parents and where they lived as newlyweds.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte visited Cardiff for Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee in June.

As her parents were teaching her Welsh before moving back, Kate wondered if tiny Elsi was learning the Welsh national anthem.

The Prince of Wales, who succeeded King Charles III as colonel, noted his father's Welsh Guards service.

The royal couple had a busy Wales-themed week. They watched Wales-England rugby.