If you've run out of ideas of what to read your kids, then Kate Middleton has some recommendations!
In honor of World Book Day, the 40-year-old shared five books she loves to read to her tots, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
First, she recommends The Owl Who Was Afraid of The Dark by Jill Tomlinson — a book she read when she appeared on CBeebies Bedtime Stories, a popular British program, catered to kids.
"I loved this book as a little girl and listening to my own children reading it has brought back so many wonderful memories. A comforting story to help children face their fears and grow in confidence with the help of others," she said.
Kate also recommends Stig of the Dump by Clive King. "As a child I loved spending time outdoors, making dens, digging, discovering and making things out of odds and ends. Whether this was why my father recommended this book to me or whether this book inspired my imagination, I can't remember, but I have never forgotten this brilliant book and the values it teaches," she explained.
Feelings by Libby Walden also topped the Duchess' list. "This little book is a wonderful way to help children understand and recognize their feelings and emotions, and brings to life the importance of empathy," she admitted, adding that she also loves the Katie Morag series by Mairi Hedderwick, as it offers "fun stories for children of all ages and a great book for older children to read to younger siblings."
"These books are filled with captivating and beautiful illustrations to accompany the text so there's lots to talk about!" she added.
Lastly, she adores Charlotte's Web since it has a special connection to her daughter and is "an all-time classic and loved in our house for obvious reasons. This is a charming story about friendship, loyalty and love," she said.