Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge meet with men from the Vale of Clwyd Mind Men's Shed project on November 20, 2015 in Denbigh, Wales. Phil Noble - WPA Pool/Getty Images

During her recent trip to North Wales with her husband Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed their son Prince George already has his mind on the holidays. The 33-year-old mother of two also gave an insight into the relationship of her two young children.

Asked if she had started preparing for the holidays yet, Kate Middleton said, "I haven't started yet, but George will be starting to talk about Christmas soon." According to People Magazine, the royal children can expect some early presents after their mother revived knitted woollen sheep to pass along to them, one with a blue ribbon for George and one with pink for little sister Princess Charlotte.

During the royal couple's visit to the Men's Shed, a non-profit aimed to improve the health and well-being of the men of Denbigh, Wales, the royal mom said her 2-year-old son and 6-month-old daughter are "doing really well, thanks". She added: "Charlotte is getting bigger and getting on well with her noisy big brother."

People Magazine reported that the royal couple's visit to the organisation was the last stop during their "homecoming" tour to Wales, where they lived in the early months of their marriage. The visit included a stop at the Towers Residential Outdoor Education Centre in Capel Curig, where William and Kate tested out their rappelling skills.

They then met with members of the Men's Shed group over tea and cake. William, also 33 years old, even allowed himself a cake. "I have been looking at Welsh cakes all day, I think now I can probably have one," he said jokingly. The trip was the latest effort by the couple to advocate for mental health awareness.