Kate Middleton and Prince William are hands-on parents to their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, so it's no surprise that they have also experienced some scares while raising their kids.

Earlier this week, Middleton paid a visit to Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes where she checked out a new exhibition in the restored Teleprinter Building. While there, she got the chance to chat with four women who had worked there at the same time as her grandmother, Valerie, and great-aunt, Mary. 

When she was congratulated by one of the women, Mrs. Rose, for her "beautiful family," the Duchess of Cambridge opened up about the newest addition to her brood, Prince Louis. Middleton revealed that her youngest child was keeping her and Prince William on their toes and even gave his mom a scare with his antics. 

"I turned around the other day and he was at the top of the slide – I had no idea!" the duchess shared via Hello! magazine

On the same day, Middleton received some adorable gifts for her three children, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's newborn, Archie Harrison. A group of primary school codebreakers gave the duchess cuddly toys, including a fox, squirrel, owl and rabbit, for the four royal children. 

Middleton expressed her gratitude for the presents and shared that the kids would likely love them as they adore animals. "They love wild animals. They will look after these," the duchess said.

And Middleton got the chance to give her new nephew her presents when she and Prince William met baby Archie for the first time on Tuesday afternoon. The royal couple paid a visit to Prince Harry and Markle's home, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor to meet Queen Elizabeth's latest great-grandchild after giving the Sussexes a week to spend some family time with their baby.

Kensington Palace has yet to confirm whether or not Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have met Archie, but Hello! speculated that Middleton and Prince William may not have brought their kids along when they went to see the newborn. 

According to the outlet, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may have chosen to leave the kids at home since it would have been too late for them to travel from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage. The trip takes an hour, so Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis would have missed their bedtime if they had joined their parents.