Boy, 6, steals a kiss from Kate Middleton – after making cheeky remark to Will

Prince William and Kate Middleton get to meet a lot of cute kids in their line of work – and they certainly have some big fans.

Today, they visited the University of Leicester today during a visit to learn about projects supported by the late football club owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a tragic helicopter crash last month.

The Duchess clearly had an admirer at the event, as she received a surprise kiss from a six-year-old boy, Sai Gokani.

Sai Gokani, along with his twin brother Rian, presented a bunch of flowers to Kate.   

Despite originally leading with a handshake, Sai decided to lean in for a kiss on the cheek – and it was adorable.

The Gokani family had received a £1 million donation by late Leicester City owner after the twins were born prematurely.

Prior to the cheeky kiss, Kate and Will had met different groups to discuss some of the projects Srivaddhanaprabha helped support.             

Little Sai made a funny remark to William before giving the prince’s wife a smooch, according to the Daily Mail.

After the royals were treated to a demonstration of the twins’ favourite sporting activities – headbutting and wrestling – Sai made a funny comment.

He said: "My pants are showing!"

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made the visit today to pay their respects to the five people who died in a helicopter crash, including the football club’s owner.

William and Kate knew owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and are visiting the city to recognise the incredible outpouring of compassion and support the people of Leicester and the club’s fans have shown since the accident.

Vichai died alongside four others when the Agusta Westland AW169 crashed in the club’s grounds on October 27.

Earlier in the day, the couple were met by members of the football club owner’s family, who welcomed them to a tribute site covered in flowers.

Kate laid a bunch of flowers at the scene as crowds watched the poignant moment.

A condolence card with the flowers, signed by the couple, read: "To Vichai and all those who died in this terrible tragedy, you will be dearly missed. Our sincere condolences to the city of Leicester."

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